December 01, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The Mesh Networks is beginning its beta test program for the HomeNetTM Intelligent Router this week, in preparation for a planned retail release in second quarter 2013. The HomeNetTM Router beta test is by invitation only and selected participants range from household users to small businesses. The beta test will run for about 60 days, the data collected will be used to finalize the HomeNetTM Router for retail sale.
The beta test is the next step towards final production of the HomeNetTM Router and The Mesh Networks will glean current working data before going into full production. Reportedly, the beta contributors, a cross-section of small business owners and home consumers, will utilize each feature of the router, thus offering a unique opportunity to effectively analyze the HomeNetTM Router functionality in small business and home environments.
"Our goal with the beta test is to confirm that we got it right and to allow the customer to decide what features they really want," said Leon Hubby, President and CEO of The Mesh Networks. "This data will help improve the product and bring it up to top form before debuting it to the mass market." Mr. Hubby added.
The HomeNetTM Router allows for real-time or scheduled home network management
allowing the consumer to put their "bandwidth
where they want it, when they want it." This is just one of several innovative broadband management
tools to be tested; features being implemented in a real-world environment in preparation for the retail product for market.
"We want to help people have the best and highest Quality of Experience on the Internet possible by choosing what that is themselves," said Mr. Hubby. "We allow the user to put their bandwidth where they want it, when they want it. It's an exceptional router that gives you control over your Internet experience and it substantially boosts Quality of Experience. Keep an eye out for its official release and try it yourself, we are pretty sure you're going to love it." Mr. Hubby concluded.
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