OVER 80,000 NETWORKS INSTALLED WORLDWIDE
PROVIDER OF SMART INTERNET™ FAST AND RELIABLE INTERNET SERVICES AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT FOR SMALL BUSINESSES AND FAMILIES
WE DEVELOPED SMART INTERNET™ TO HELP ANYONE CREATE POWERFUL, EASY-TO-USE NETWORKS THAT AUTOMATICALLY SPREAD INTERNET CONNECTIONS THROUGHOUT HOTELS, APARTMENTS, RETAIL STORES, RESTAURANTS, SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES—AND JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE ELSE. WITH NO ONSITE CONTROLLERS TO INSTALL OR MAINTAIN, IT’S EASY TO SCALE ACROSS LARGE SITES AND MULTIPLE LOCATIONS—ALL FROM A SINGLE, CONVENIENT, AND INTUITIVE DASHBOARD.
Smart Internet's access points, enclosures and cloud controller work seamlessly to deploy enterprise-grade wireless networks at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional networks. Just choose the access points optimized for your wireless demands, then choose the enclosures that best fit your install environment. Scale painlessly across large sites.
Smart Internet's, cloud-based network controller helps you build, manage and monitor wireless networks across multiple locations from a single pane of glass. You can set multiple SSIDs, control bandwidth for individual users, charge for access, design custom splash pages, monitor network health, and much more, all from desktop, laptop, or mobile.
Smart Internet is a fraction of the cost of other wireless solutions. With hardware designed from the ground up to fit even the tightest budget, along with a cloud controller that's super convenient and intuitive, Smart Internet proves how affordable professional, enterprise-grade, cloud-managed wireless networking can be in Japan.
We help businesses and families install and monitor WiFi easier, faster and at a lower total cost.
When a group of 12 Wendy’s locations wanted to provide free Wi-Fi to guests at their restaurants, they deployed a scalable, cloud-managed mesh solution with a Wendy’s brand login page, bandwidth limits for guests, and more.
The Fenmore is a 205-unit apartment complex located just steps from the home of the Boston Red Sox: Fenway Park. Built around 1912, the residents were looking for a much more modern amenity: wireless Internet.
When the Burton, Kansas School District began making plans to roll out an iPad pilot program throughout their K-12 campus, they turned to mesh technology to build a system that could handle the increased demand.
With a wide range of terrain, building types, and access to network cabling, providing a seamless wireless network throughout a 22-acre property was a significant challenge that was overcome with wireless mesh technology.