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Solving the Urban Bandwidth Challenge

The Problem
Global IP traffic will increase threefold over the next 5 years Fast growing number of devices with internet access

Data demand

Annual global IP traffic will reach
396 exabytes per month

Network Constraints

Existing Infrastructure cannot handle the data demand from the increase in internet enabled devices

Exabytes per Month
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Billions of Devices
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The Solution
Terragraph: A gigabit wireless technology designed to meet the growing demand for reliable, high-speed internet access in urban and suburban environments.

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Building the Future of Wireless Connectivity
Terragraph is able to deliver fiber-like speeds at a fraction of the cost of deploying new fiber infrastructure.

Partners
Connectivity is a Complex Problem. One we can't solve alone.

With Terragraph, we are focused on building a robust and collaborative ecosystem of chipset vendors, manufacturers and service providers.
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Common Networks Deploys First Commercial Network in Alameda, California
Once the distribution network had been deployed, the ~106 homes within its coverage area were then eligible for high speed fixed wireless access. The goal of the installation was to provide coverage to the entire small town about 0.4 sq km in size.
Terragraph arrives in Mikebuda, Hungary
To help evaluate Terragraph as a solution for high speed fixed broadband connectivity, Deutsche Telekom and its subsidiary Magyar Telekom - the largest Hungarian telecommunications firm - conducted trials in Hungary, using the technology to connect homes that had only copper/DSL for broadband formerly

Global Mission
Terragraph is a part of Facebook Connectivity

Together with hundreds of partners across dozens of countries, Facebook is working to bring people online to a faster internet.
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