Decentralized By Nature
Help Us Build “The People’s Network”
Help Build The People’s Network
Peer-to-Peer wireless network that enables devices anywhere in the world to wirelessly connect. The People’s Network represents a paradigm shift for decentralized wireless infrastructure.
Powering The People's Network
The infrastructure of this new Peer-to-Peer network is unique. Individual Nodes, aka Hotspots, are placed in many homes, buildings, and businesses. The Nodes communicate to provide a wireless mesh network for devices that constantly transmit data to easily connect to the internet.
Join us in building The People’s Network
This secure and open-source “Simple Network” enables developers to build low-power, internet-connected devices quickly and cost-effectively. The People’s Network through Mycelium has a wide variety of applications across industries building the first decentralized wireless network of its kind.
Cycle power to your node if one of our service techs notifies you that it is offline. Forget the node is there and receive the friendly reminder of extra cash each month.
The People's Network an Internet of Things (IoT)
Every day 9 Billion devices connect to the internet, most of these are small sensors that need constant connection in order to function. Current solutions such as cellular, WiFi, and Bluetooth are not ideal options. In most cases the devices that power our lives are too power hungry with high bandwidth demand. This makes the internet service you paid for, too expensive with distance limitations.
The People’s Network is a decentralized Peer-to-Peer wireless network that enables devices anywhere in the world to wirelessly connect to the Internet and geolocate themselves without the need for power-hungry satellite location hardware or expensive cellular plans.
The People’s Network is a decentralized wireless network. Nodes and other Devices operating on the network take the form of hardware containing a radio chip and firmware compatible with the network’s open source communication protocol.
Devices transmit data through beaconing tiny encrypted data packets via a 915Mhz radio frequency. Nodes listen for these beacons and provide a bridge from The People’s Network to the Internet. That data is then routed to the device’s application server and made available to the devices owner.