MeshWrx Technology Overview
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In March 2015, landlines in Florida were shutdown after a local Collier County phone company abruptly closed, putting delivery of fire alarms in jeopardy.
The first commercial fire alarm monitoring system was developed in 1852 and used the telegraph system as a means to summon the fire department in a fast, efficient manner.
The system eventually evolved from using telegraph lines and was replaced with telephone lines as the primary means of communication. For decades, fire alarm monitoring systems have relied on “wires” as the primary communication backbone for fire alarm monitoring.
Mesh technology is proven to be more dynamic, less disruptive and more tolerable under RFI or jamming conditions compared to cellular technology.
Your current system may be costing you a small fortune. Monthly costs for telephone lines are increasing as quality and reliability are decreasing. Increased service calls and time spent tracking down issues are additional costs incurred with these outdated systems. Switching to cellular or IP may require long-term contracts and regular upgrades in equipment costs as technology changes. With our MeshWrx solution, we eliminate the cost of expensive phone lines, upgrades are never required, and our technology has been proven to be more reliable.
Cellular and IP systems tend to slow or drop as more users are added to the system. MeshWrx system performance is improved through radio-mesh network technology that creates multiple paths for an emergency signal to reach first responders, self-configuration and smart routing results in 100% uptime.
As technology bandwidth increases with cellular and IP their equipment becomes obsolete over time. With mesh technology, once installed, forget about it. There’s no “sunset” to mesh technology.
Mesh communicates alarms in less than 3 seconds compared to telephone lines, cellular, or IP that can take up to 45 – 60 seconds. Making mesh technology the fastest alarm signal and safest choice for your properties.
Unlike tower-based solutions or other single-route systems, MeshWrx wireless technology is resistant to environmental disturbances and equipment problems because it continually optimizes multiple signal paths. During Hurricane Harvey (Houston, TX; 2017) Mesh Technology was the only uninterrupted communication source (landlines, cellular, and IP all failed).
People have been migrating from landline telephone systems (POTS) to cellular or VoIP systems. While for years, the landline infrastructure was maintained by companies like AT&T, as users abandon landlines in favor of these other technologies, AT&T has petitioned the FCC to get out of the landline maintenance business and will no longer be maintaining the network after 2021.