The connection points in a wireless mesh broadband network are provided by mesh nodes. Each
node contains data and/or links to other nodes and uses the network to communicate. The nodes link to each other
wirelessly, eliminating expensive cabling.
BearCom carries the complete line of mesh broadband networks from Motorola and Firetide. You can purchase these networks
from us, and we also rent systems for short-term use.
Faced with budgetary pressures, many public sector entities struggle when it comes to affording robust technology solutions
that can make a difference in the lives of their constituents. Wireless technology has been the exception to this rule.
That is especially true when it comes to mesh broadband networks, which eliminate the need for expensive cabling.
Mesh technology has attracted important supporters, such as analyst Craig Mathias of Farpoint Group. "I've long been an
advocate of mesh architecture, the most important architectural direction for wireless communications overall," he says.
"Broadband infrastructure mesh is the only solution that can cost effectively and reliably scale to cover large geographic a
reas with high-bandwidth connectivityquite distinct from WiFi and cellular."