Building the Future of Wireless Connectivity
This is Terragraph
Terragraph is a wireless technology designed to meet the growing demand for reliable, high-speed internet access in urban and suburban environments.
Using street-level mmWave radios, Terragraph leverages existing street furniture to create a wireless distribution network ideally suited for last-mile fixed access.

The technology is able to deliver fiber-like connectivity to customers at a fraction of the cost of fiber.
Components
Network Results
Terragraph leverages 60 GHz unlicensed spectrum to deliver fast reliable internet
3.6 Gbps
peak bi-directional aggregate data rate
1 Gbps
per user downlink
data throughput

< 1 ms
latency per hop
150m
link distance for
peak rates

Benefits of Terragraph  
 
Faster Time
To Market
Scale When
You Need It
Resilient
Mesh

 
 
Easy Deployment Terragraph is faster to deploy than any wireline service because it mounts on existing Street Furniture and does note require costly Right of Way Permissions. Terragraph network can be easily scaled as demand grows greatly reducing the upfront investment needed. Terragraph deploys a multi-node mesh network, allowing for built in signal re-rerouting to ensure high availability and reliability.
Faster Time To Market
Scale When You Need It
Resilient Mesh
Watch the video
Anuj Madan presents the first working prototype
Facebook developed Terregraph starting with a basic problem statement: “How can we contribute to the telecom ecosystem with a solution providing cost-effective, ultra-high speed connectivity?”
A small team creates a vision of a new wireless future. How can we contribute to the telecom ecosystem with a solution providing cost-effective, ultra-high speed connectivity?”
A small team creates a vision of a new wireless future. How can we contribute to the telecom ecosystem with a solution providing cost-effective, ultra-high speed connectivity?”
Djordje Tujkovic explains the limitations. Currently there are two methods to provide truly “gigabit” fixed broadband speeds: traditional fiber and emerging millimeter wave wireless networks.
Djordje Tujkovic explains the limitations. Currently there are two methods to provide truly “gigabit” fixed broadband speeds: traditional fiber and emerging millimeter wave wireless networks.
Installation of DNs and RAN Planning. The process of planning a Terragraph network includes both the skills of microwave design and cellular system design.
Installation of DNs and RAN Planning. The process of planning a Terragraph network includes both the skills of microwave design and cellular system design.

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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