RightMesh specializes in decentralized mobile mesh networking technology within the telecommunications sector. The company provides solutions that enable devices to connect and share content directly using Bluetooth and WiFi without the need for traditional internet connectivity. RightMesh targets sectors such as enterprise, government, mobile network operators, and NGOs, offering off-grid productivity solutions, sustainable connectivity, and remote data collection services. It is based in Zug, Switzerland.
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Mar 23, 2018
Advertisement This is a paid-for submitted press release. CCN does not endorse, nor is responsible for any material included below and isn’t responsible for any damages or losses connected with any products or services mentioned in the press release. CCN urges readers to conduct their own research with due diligence into the company, product or service mentioned in the press release. Most people in the developed world don’t realize how much connectivity is a luxury. People constantly email, text, search, chat, and correspond with others for business and in their social lives, but in many places such communication remains difficult or even impossible. According to the World Economic Forum, more than 4 billion people remain unconnected , which means a huge portion of the world’s population is disenfranchised from the social and economic benefits that connectivity entails. One of the main reasons why so many people remain offline is a lack of infrastructure provided by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in remote areas where there is little economic incentive for companies to build necessary infrastructure. RightMesh provides a solution for communities on the fringe of connectivity. With its mobile mesh networking protocol and platform, which uses smartphones as “nodes” and does not require additional hardware or infrastructure, RightMesh enables a new mode of connectivity in which users need not depend on ISPs. RightMesh supports developers to build mesh enabled apps, or to retrofit existing apps, to provide localized solutions to these currently underserved regions. In addition, with the incorporation of blockchain and tokenization, users of the RightMesh network can anonymously share resources such as internet access, data, and battery power and earn cryptocurrency rewards in exchange. The potential impact of RightMesh’s technology is especially great for people in emerging markets who don’t currently have access to the financial, social, and educational opportunities afforded to those with reliable connectivity. Instead of investing in expensive hardware or hoping that ISPs will build infrastructure in their region, people living in areas with little to no connectivity who own a smart device can download a mesh-enabled app and gain access to communication and other previously unattainable mobile services. Though there are other mesh networking blockchain initiatives with different goals, RightMesh chooses to focus on improving connectivity in emerging markets where there is the greatest need to bridge the digital divide. These regions also represent a massive untapped audience for developers looking to reach new users. Interested developers can apply for RightMesh’s SDK, which is currently in private beta. Additionally, in order to encourage the growth of its mesh network, RightMesh is opening participation in the final phase of its Token Generating Event, the Crowd Contribution round, on March 27th. For more information on RightMesh, please refer to the following:
RightMesh Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is RightMesh's headquarters?
RightMesh's headquarters is located at Gubelstrasse 11, Zug.
What is RightMesh's latest funding round?
RightMesh's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of RightMesh?
Investors of RightMesh include Multicoin Capital.
Who are RightMesh's competitors?
Competitors of RightMesh include HypeLabs and 4 more.
Compare RightMesh to Competitors
HypeLabs is a technology company that specializes in the field of device connectivity. The company offers a solution, HypeSDK, that enables devices to connect and relay data to each other and to the cloud without the need for internet, focusing on peer-to-peer and mesh networking, device OS interoperability, and packet forwarding over different wireless technologies. HypeLabs primarily serves businesses and developers who require offline connectivity for their operations. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Porto, Portugal.
ShareKiwi is a technology company that specializes in off-grid communication solutions. Their main offering is a software and hardware combination that allows devices to connect and communicate without relying on internet or cellular networks, using a virtual network created between users' devices. The company also provides a specialized smartphone case that enhances device connectivity and extends communication range. It was founded in 2017 and is based in Gyor, Hungary.
Hologram focuses on providing cellular connectivity solutions. The company's platform provides a cloud-friendly cellular network to connect and interact with any device to the internet, and route incoming and outgoing messages. It primarily serves the networking industry. Hologram was formerly known as Konek. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.
NextPlat (NASDAQ: NXPL) provides an e-commerce platform for physical and digital assets. The platform offers communication services such as voice, data, tracking, and the internet of things (IoT). It was founded in 2014 and is based in Miami, Florida.
MUNIPOLIS provides internet services and tools for communication. It provides a smart communication network to cities, municipalities, companies, and associations. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Brno, Czech Republic.
Iden3 is a company that focuses on providing next-generation private access control solutions, operating in the blockchain and identity management sectors. The company offers a self-sovereign identity protocol that enables users to prove their access rights in a decentralized and trust-minimized environment. This protocol is based on open-source cryptography and decentralized technologies, and is designed to be scalable, secure, and privacy-focused. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Zug, Switzerland.