A wireless mesh network backbone is constructed by exchanging data packets between wireless mesh routers in multiple hops manner without a single piece of wire. It is simply a wireless Internet which uses wireless medium (Wi-Fi) to transmit data instead of Ethernet cables and fibers for data packet transmission.
Unlike any repeater and wired mesh technologies, our True Wireless Mesh Network architecture is constructed by many wireless mesh routers with independent routing capability, and does NOT require any controller-like component to operate for the wireless mesh network to run perfectly. In other words, there will be No Single-Point-Of-Failure problem faced by many AP-Controller based Wi-Fi networks. By integrating the network to our web-based MeshProvision Server, users can enjoy the full monitoring and configuration functions of AP controllers and a truly "Never Fail" wireless mesh network at the same time.
On one hand, our MeshProvision server allows our customers to configure and monitor the entire wireless mesh network and the APs in a centralized manner, anywhere in the world. On the other hand, the MeshProvision server can actually be shut down after the configuration and monitoring tasks are completed, while the entire wireless mesh network will continue to run without a glitch. Therefore, the MeshProvision Server will never be a "Single-Point-Of-Failure" in the network, which is often the weakest link of the Wi-Fi network based on the AP-Controller model.
With our true wireless mesh networking technologies, constructing an extensively large wireless network that will "Never Fail" is simpler than you can ever imagine.
Now ... what else is your barrier?