Opportunity to own a Solartech Station Franchise

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Opportunity to own a Solartech Station Franchise

10/28/18 – MeshBackbone is turning down private investor offers for its new Internet service and has decided to try a public franchise approach for Solartech towers. “The Internet belongs to all people, not just a few private organizations”. In a recent interview, Alex P. passionately explained the new Meshbackbone and Solartech Station business strategy.

Ideally, the Internet should be free and owned by everyone, running for their own benefit. The Internet should not be owned by a few bankers, whom the sole mission is to generate more profits. I am exploring the best and fastest ways to get everything started and I want to offer the opportunity for all people to join us and become a wireless mesh network franchise owner and pioneer. With Solartech, we have a shot to re-do it the right way, starting something new, a decentralized, democratized, green network. Take a good look at the current Internet and some of the emerging monopolies. This will only get worse. Nothing in the world will change my mind to allow greed to poison the future of information and knowledge sharing, access, and delivery”.

Solartech Station Aly Duo Title Rights may be purchased on cosharity.com

MeshBackbone is not satisfied with crypto funding.

After 6 months of development and testing, the attempts to generate seed money with mining solar gear, powered by the surplus solar energy turned out to be too slow for start-up needs.

“We learned a lot and generated enough data to make an educated decision and place the mining efforts on hold. Consequently, we will resume the mining strategy when we reach 100k unit mark to cover the cost for the network operations. This way crypto risk and volatility will be addressed if not completely eliminated when we pass the event horizon.”

MeshBackbone secured the first 10k Solartech Station Title Rights for the new Internet service

MeshBackbone is providing Solartech Station titles at 50% Cosharity benefits. According to cosharity.com Title Listing, while in production, people are expected to recover the return on investment in 6 years.

“Cosharity benefits are bluedot credits valued at the annual revenue generated by one Solartech Station running on MeshBackbone Network. The credits will be accessible as Bluedot Coin and can be used to purchase any premium Solartech and MeshBackbone products and services. “ 

What is Bluedot coin and Cosharity?

“A good perspective would be an in-store credit or gift card, that never expires, is digital only, and can be used at more than one store. The most recent cosharity.com partnership is a smart long-term strategy. Cosharity.com is a community multivendor marketplace and multiplatform that will provide cloud services, asset management servicessignage content management, a new social media, media streaming, and many more. By incorporating Bluedot coin into the cosharity platform, we can create a generous and fair marketplace system for our users. People will be compensated for using the platform and in exchange, they can trade the coins for other goods and services”



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Meshbackbone is launching free Internet service in Seattle

Mesh InfrastructureMeshbackbone is launching free Internet service in Seattle by implementing 100% solar powered Multi-Gigabit wireless stations.

02/27/18 – The innovative Internet service provider announced on Tuesday a project proposal to pilot 42 stations. The new network will cover 1/2 square mile of a Seattle neighborhood on Beacon Hill. The team started testing Solartech Station Aly1, a Patent Pending solar powered station announced a few weeks ago by Solartech.

The wireless network on Beacon Hill will be the first in the world to deliver 10 Gbps public WiFi connectivity.  In collaboration with freepublicnetwork.com , Meshbackbone is also testing B.A.T.M.A.N (Better Approach To Mobile Ad-hoc Networking) a Layer 2 protocol.

Founder and CEO, Alex Patrut in a recent interview mentioned that “the recent collaboration with Free Public Network will help us provide free unlimited Internet up to 2 Mbps per device.”

According to Mr. Patrut, users will have paid options to upgrade for prioritized traffic and faster speeds. This includes access to premium features and services. “Aly1 eliminates a large percentage of operational cost. We figured that even a small percentage of premium customers will be enough to cover our expenses. I believe if we offer good value and quality products and services, a free user will prefer to be a paying customer. This business model will keep us motivated to continuously improve and innovate.”

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Meshbackbone is testing Solartech Station Aly1

Meshbackbone is testing Solartech Station Aly1 in a Seattle residential neighborhood


02/24/18  –  Recently, Meshbackbone and Solartech announced a strategic partnership in an effort to deploy the world’s first, solar powered multi-gigabit mesh wireless network.

Today, Meshbackbone successfully deployed Aly1 and started monitoring the performance. The company installed the test unit on Beacon Hill. The founder and CEO, Alex Patrut , describes the experience: “It went unbelievably fast. We anchored the two mounting brackets in under five minutes. At that point, we placed the all-in-one-unit in the bracket and used the security bolts to lock it down.”

Solartech Station Aly1 is a patent pending solar wireless station. It’s design eliminates the installation cost and speeds up the deployment. “We see the stupendous benefits in new network installations. We don’t need to attach to poles, we don’t need to dig or bore, we don’t need certified installers, we don’t need to assemble anything. If we don’t need to do any of that, it saves us time and money” said Alex Patrut.

For the next couple of months, Meshbackbone will work with the City of Seattle to receive right of way utility permits and deploy more units.


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Introducing Solartech Station Aly1

introducing Solartech Station Aly1Solartech’s founder, Alex Patrut is introducing Solartech Station Aly1

02/11/2018 Today, Solartech is introducing Solartech Station Aly1, a patent pending, solar powered wireless station. This all-in-one vertical solar station is implementing innovative technologies and techniques.

According to Alex Patrut, “We took a completely new and innovative approach, from the ground up. We had a vision to design the most affordable, efficient and performant solar wireless station on the planet. Every technology we selected was carefully researched and tested. We custom designed and built so we can create, what I call, system harmony engineering.”

The latest innovation in thin film solar cells, helps Solartech to design a unit that can be installed vertically, and still perform in shaded or low light conditions. The company also implemented a new battery chemistry that has a very high cycle life, 20,000 cycles, with excellent endurance and safety. Mr. Patrut explained “Actually I had a lot of fun testing and experimenting with these new batteries. We crushed them, punched them, stabbed them, burned and froze them, but towards the end it got boring, nothing dangerously exciting happened, they are boringly safe”. Due to this high safety, mobile medical devices also started implementing the new cell chemistry. One underlying reason for this technology’s characteristics is that the chemistry uses nanocrystals on the anode instead of carbon, which provides a much more effective surface area.

Another innovation Solartech implemented was in radio system design. The company is working to implement certified Wi-Fi 10 Gbps, but they are also augmenting the network with 60 GHz full duplex Multi-Gigabit links. “We looked at 60 GHz radio spectrum and it shows amazing potential for bandwidth capacity. 60 GHz is not immune to oxygen particles and does terribly trying to penetrate any surface. Because of that, even if is license free and open to everybody, the 60 GHz spectrum is not crowded at all and we can use the entire bandwidth. It’s perfect for P2P and P2MP direct sight links between our meshed solar stations.”

During the next couple of months, the company will deploy pilot units and start raising capital for production and operations.

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