(PRWEB) December 06, 2017
Spectramesh is creating a mesh router device based on blockchain technology that will enable universal access to high-speed broadband . Bandwidth is traded 24/7 in an autonomous price-driven market. Blockchain-controlled micropayments will incentivize and drive supply and demand for connectivity.
“At Spectramesh, Inc. our passion is to democratize telecommunications through the development of mesh router devices that drive a blockchain-enabled global mesh network, delivering fast internet connectivity efficiently, to a much wider population than currently enjoy the privilege of digital access.” John Hooks, IV President & CEO, Spectramesh, Inc.
Spectramesh directly adopts the sharing economy model for network access, providing an economic incentive that allows users to share their unused bandwidth for profit. Monetizing the free exchange of bandwidth, via a secondary market, allows free market forces to drive network growth where it is most needed. The economic system propels expansion of the network where others fail.
The routers can connect to different types of networks, giving you access to the Internet. This could be via your conventional Internet connection, satellite, or neighboring Ammbr devices (for which you pay in Ammbr Tokens). You pay for your Internet traffic (using your laptop, smart phone, etc.) as you encounter Ammbr devices while roaming , and get paid for other people’s traffic on your Ammbr device. Payment is made automatically, directly to and from your Ammbr Wallet.
Spectramesh aligns its vision with the Ammbr Foundation, which is building the world’s largest fully decentralized, self-sustainable, wireless mesh telecommunications network using blockchain technology. Backed by a multinational team with deep expertise in both wireless and blockchain technologies, Spectramesh combines wireless advances with the emerging technology of blockchain and cryptography.
For more information about Spectramesh, please visit (http://www.spectramesh.com/).
The Ammbr Foundation is based in Singapore, with technology development partners in the United States, Ireland, Belgium, Switzerland and Hong Kong. For more information about Ammbr, please visit http://www.ammbr.com (http://www.ammbr.com/).