Meshrocket is significantly faster and much more scalable than other wireless Internet access technologies. Up to 1000Mbps up- and download bandwidth can be provided to every connected home whether in the center or at the edge of a service area.

Our innovative technology solves the problem of dropping speed that normally affects growing wireless mesh-networks. The most simple explanation is that each Meshrocket is able to send data packets targeted from node to node without disturbing the communication of neighboring nodes.


The fundamental principle of wireless-mesh is a collaboration of wireless devices with the goal to bridge exceptional long distances and work around obstacles like buildings. Meshrockets are designed to communicate over distances of up to 2km. This is only the distance between two neighboring Meshrockets and not the total distance/area the whole network can cover. The total range is multiple times higher due to the mesh principle.


Meshrockets don't require huge base stations like mobile phone networks. Instead they are installed directly on the users roof. The installation of a Meshrocket is like installing a satellite dish. Even easier because the device is much lighter and there is no need for antenna alignment.


Meshrocket networks are designed to start with only a few users in a service area but with the ability to grow up to two thousand homes. Every additional user increases the overall capacity of the network. Just imagine a road network with more and more cross-connections. This helps to prevent congestions in the network.

A small Meshrocket network is build around a single central fiber-uplink. Which acts as the connection to the global Internet backbone. But growing Meshrocket networks can have multiple such backbone connections for feeding more bandwidth into the mesh-network. All users have simultaneous access to all uplinks. That's a unique feature compared to other wired or wireless Internet access technologies.


Meshrocket networks are foolproof to maintain. The only thing that can break is the Meshrocket itself. Replacing a broken one takes only a few minutes on the roof. There's no need for on-site troubleshooting. This eases the spreading of Meshrocket networks in many places throughout the US.

All Meshrocket networks are monitored remotely with the help of a 24/7 network operation center. We can detect and mitigate problems in the network even before users notice that there's something wrong.