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goTenna Introduces EdgeRelay for Enhanced, Durable Off-Grid Network Expansion
by Clarence Oxford
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Mar 22, 2024

In a significant advancement for mobile mesh networking, goTenna has announced the launch of the EdgeRelay, a cutting-edge solution designed to bolster network resilience and extend coverage for Pro X2 radio users engaged in extended, off-grid operations. The EdgeRelay not only enhances connectivity across goTenna mesh networks but also introduces a robust infrastructure that withstands environmental challenges, supports external power sources for extended operation, and offers versatile mounting options to maintain continuous network coverage in demanding conditions.

This innovation allows the deployment of goTenna networks in remote and challenging locations, ensuring uninterrupted communication links. The EdgeRelay has been rigorously tested, demonstrating exceptional performance with over 100 miles of point-to-point connectivity under real-world conditions. By interconnecting EdgeRelays, users can establish expansive coverage areas, spanning several hundred square miles, without the need for costly or intricate installation processes.

Equipped with solar charging capabilities, direct power connections, and a reliable internal battery, the EdgeRelay is positioned as a self-sufficient infrastructure component that significantly reduces the logistical challenges and costs associated with deploying and maintaining remote communication networks.

Ari Schuler, CEO of goTenna, emphasized the strategic advantage provided by the EdgeRelay, stating, "Our ability to rapidly establish communication networks in areas lacking existing infrastructure is enhanced by the EdgeRelay, facilitating the creation of durable, fixed or mobile goTenna mesh networks that seamlessly integrate with operational demands, particularly in response to natural disasters or in support of complex missions."

The dual-network support feature of each EdgeRelay device enables varied mission requirements, marking a significant improvement in operational flexibility for users, including those in U.S. government roles. The introduction of advanced software functionalities further optimizes network management, with remote diagnostics and a relay manager application that allows for comprehensive monitoring and maintenance of network health without physical intervention.

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