Deliver reliable, gigabit speeds easily and cost-effectively
Internet service providers (ISPs) are faced with limited options to offer reliable gigabit broadband services—either lay costly fiber or install wireless technologies that can be unreliable and difficult to scale.
To advance our efforts to bring more people online to a faster internet, Meta Connectivity created Terragraph. Terragraph is a wireless technology designed to make deploying gigabit connectivity faster and more efficient in markets where trenching fiber is difficult and cost-prohibitive. This solution can bring fiber-like speeds to your network in a matter of weeks—and at a fraction of the cost.
60 GHz spectrum
Deliver multi-gigabit speeds over unlicensed wide frequency bands
Scale your network over denser areas than previously possible with 60 GHz spectrum
Open/R-based mesh design
Efficiently distribute capacity and offer carrier-grade availability to customers (learn more)
Remotely configure, upgrade and monitor your network (learn more)
Advanced network planning
Streamline and automate network planning and feasibility assessments (learn more)
Flexibly adopt and install equipment from a network of certified partners
A Word from Meta Connectivity on What’s Next
Meta Connectivity’s vision for the Terragraph project has been to create a robust and sustainable ecosystem capable of connecting more people to a faster internet. Today, we have a robust supply-side ecosystem that includes a leading silicon supplier, advanced antenna module vendors, and several OEMs offering hardware products and related services powered by Terragraph. On the demand side, a multitude of connectivity service providers worldwide have adopted Terragraph-based solutions and are successfully delivering connectivity services to their customers using this technology.
Over the years, Meta Connectivity provided extensive R&D to develop a solution for the challenging last-mile connectivity problem. By contributing technical specifications to standards and working with silicon vendors to implement the Terragraph MAC and PHY in commercially available chipsets, Meta Connectivity empowered its OEM partners to implement Terragraph-based radio solutions for connectivity service providers to adopt around the world. Meta Connectivity also engaged with spectrum regulatory bodies around the globe to make the case for de-licensing the 60GHz band to ensure Terragraph’s viability as a connectivity solution in more global markets.
We are thrilled with the early success of our OEM partners who have seen positive market traction and sold a substantial number of units globally within the first year of commercial launch. In line with our vision to make this project sustainable, we have also open-sourced the Terragraph software stack – composed of kernel drivers, user space software components, cloud software, a network management subsystem and millimeter wave network planner solution. By making the software freely available to the community, the entire ecosystem is now able to carry the project forward.
Meta hopes Terragraph will continue to increase in adoption and expand people’s access to gigabit internet connectivity.