Over the past decade the world has experienced phenomenal growth and penetration of mobile devices such as cell phones, tablets, and ultraportable laptops, driving a growing need for bandwidth. This has resulted in a paradigm shift from the centralized distribution of user applications to distributed information creation and dissemination. There is one common vision regardless of the device or service in question – each requires instant, infrastructure-free voice and data broadband networking with mobile devices.
The new network paradigm has created an ever-growing demand for self-forming, self-routing, self-healing and infrastructure-free networks. Maxtech networks is the first company to deliver on this futuristic vision with a dynamic voice and data ad hoc mobile mesh network at the end unit level.
Maxtech mesh IP core effectively combines the advantages of fixed mesh and mobile dynamic ad-hoc networks, for voice, data and video applications. It provides a mesh network layer which automatically adapts to varying network conditions, degrees of client mobility, and relevant wireless environmental conditions on a packet-by-packet basis, creating a virtual infrastructure with a powerful, ad-hoc, self-healing and self-routing multi-user network. These features, along with a very effective bandwidth allocation method, enable the deployment and operation of true mesh networks with high performance and low costs, giving an extremely high ROI per network/device.
Our mesh technology is based on a breakthrough software algorithm that enables mobile radios and communication devices to become part of a Mobile ad hoc network (MANET). The technology is centered on an optimized and proven hybrid routing algorithm that combines both proactive and reactive routing techniques to enable a highly scalable network solution. The technology utilizes a contention-free time division multiple access (TDMA) Media Access Control (MAC) scheme, preventing collisions over the medium and assuring high Quality of Service (QoS). This innovative technology can be delivered in various implementations embedded as software only on smartphones, tablets, handheld radio devices, vehicular unit or static communication devices.