Mushroom Networks – Wikipedia

Mushroom Networks, Inc. is a privately held caller in San Diego, California. Mushroom Networks was founded in 2004, by electrical and calculator engineer Rene L. Cruz, Cahit Akin and Rajesh Mishra as a by-product from the University of California, San Diego ( UCSD ) and got support from the von Liebig Center. [ 1 ] Mushroom Networks besides received initial financing and support from ITU Ventures, a Los Angeles investing tauten. [ 2 ]

The company entirely focuses on network products utilizing their “ Broadband Bonding ” engineering. In assorted configurations, these products provide the end-user with the appearance of larger bandwidth by aggregating multiple network services through load balance, and/or groove bonding. [ 3 ] Mushroom Networks has developed its Broadband Bonding through across-the-board research and exploitation. [ 4 ]

network products [edit ]

  • In February, 2008, Mushroom Networks announced the Truffle (BBNA6401) as a new broadband bonding network appliance.[5] The Truffle (BBNA6401) can bond up to six high speed internet connections to improve the network speed.[6]
  • In July, 2008, the company introduced another product the Porcini (BBNA4422) as a smaller broadband bonding product.[7] This product can bond up to four high speed internet connections and a wireless USB port card to improve internet speeds.[8]
  • In September, 2008 the company introduced the PortaBella (BBNA2242) combining multiple cellular data cards into one single internet protocol connection.[9] This product allows for bandwidth in which wired connectivity is not an option.[10]
  • In June, 2009, Mushroom Networks announced the second generation PortaBella (BBNA141) — the fastest wireless cellular internet connection.[11] This small portable product has room for four wireless modems on the front side, with an ethernet port in the back.[12]
  • In July, 2009, the company announced the second generation of Truffle (BBNA6401), calling it the Truffle(BBNA5201G).[13] The second generation has higher throughput, enhanced quality of service (QoS), and automatic failover as well as some other enterprise level features.
  • In April, 2010, Mushroom Networks announces the Teleporter, the industry’s first broadcast quality live video streaming system utilizing bonded cellular link devices.[14] The Teleporter enables a single broadcast journalist to send high quality digital video over wireless local cellular networks instead of requiring a large broadcast crew with more expensive equipment.[15]
  • In July 2017, Mushroom Networks launched autopilot’ SD-WAN service for partners.[16]
  • In August 2019, Mushroom Networks was awarded the TMC 2019 Communications Solutions Product of the Year award for its Cognitive SD-WAN product line.[17]

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