HOUSTON, Dec. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mesh Networks has released a video ( view at www.homenetrouter.com) to help educate consumers on the benefits and features of the HomeNet Intelligent Router. The video highlights several key features of the HomeNet router and showcases its capabilities in order to demonstrate the state-of-the-art technology built into the device, which allows users to increase the quality of service they receive from their Internet provider.
"Having slow internet because of an unmanaged network is something that most households dread," said Matthew Druckhammer, Field Sales Technician for The Mesh Networks. "The HomeNet router eliminates this problem by allowing the customer to have complete control of which device gets how much Internet, resulting in a much more efficient network environment."
The HomeNet router does this by allowing the user to set bandwidth per device either on a schedule or in real-time. This allows users to fine tune their home networks and enable their networks to run at peak efficiency.
"HomeNet wireless routers can help manage your home network by providing an easy way to manage your bandwidth," said Matthew. "It offers a way for you to control all the wired/wireless devices and users on your network and allocate bandwidth speed accordingly."
The Mesh Networks is currently conducting a Beta Test for the HomeNet router. The Beta is an opportunity for The Mesh Networks to fine tune the HomeNet router into a device that customers will not only want to use, but enjoy using.
"We are very excited about the launch of the HomeNet router and moving toward full-scale production," said Leon Hubby, President and CEO of The Mesh Networks. "Our goal with the HomeNet router is to ensure that everyone is able to have the best possible Internet experience, by allowing them to decide where their bandwidth goes. Now the customer can determine what their level of quality of service is, not the Internet provider, and with an efficient home network that is now possible with the HomeNet router."
SOURCE The Mesh Networks