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Success Stories

Success stories

Open-Mesh products are used by millions of users on more than 83,000 cloud-managed networks around the world every day. For every network, there's a story: here are a few our customers have shared with us.



When a group of 12 Wendy’s locations in Idaho wanted to provide free Wi-Fi to guests at their restaurants, they implemented a scalable, cloud-managed Open-Mesh solution complete with a Wendy’s brand-compliant login page, bandwidth limits for each guest and more. [MORE]


Bluff City Grill

Bluff City Grill is a popular 150-seat restaurant and bar in downtown Alton, Illinois. In addition to unique dishes and a great beer selection, owner Cathy Gross and executive chef Mike Cool wanted to add another specialty to the menu: free Wi-Fi. [MORE]


The Fenmore Condominiums

The Fenmore is a 205-unit apartment complex located just steps from the home of the Boston Red Sox: Fenway Park. Built around 1912, The Fenmore originally boasted such amenities as an office staff, maids, and house-keeping. But a century later, the residents were looking for a much more modern amenity: wireless Internet. [MORE]


Westin Grand Vancouver Hotel

The Westin Grand Vancouver is a 210-room, four-star hotel reaching 33 stories above Vancouver, British Columbia. Despite the world-class location and service, the hotel's Internet service was increasingly falling short of guest expectations. That was until the hotel deployed a solution with the help of an Open-Mesh vendor. [MORE]


Liveport Hospitality Networks

Liveport saw a need to provide reliable and affordable guest wireless Internet service to hotels and resorts. But when their hardware provider changed markets and increased prices by 400 per cent, Liveport began upgrading customers to Open-Mesh and deploying new systems at hundreds of new hotels. [MORE]


Kraft Nabisco Championship

The LPGA Kraft Nabisco Championship attracts more than 50,000 spectators and 200 accredited media personnel. Tournament organizers faced constant challenges in delivering a reliable wireless network to media personnel until Open-Mesh helped to deliver a cloud-managed wireless mesh solution. [MORE]


Thetford Academy

Located on over 200 acres at Thetford Hill Green in Vermont, Thetford Academy is an independent school of approximately 300 students. Finding a product that could cover the entire campus with a fast, reliable wireless network at a price that made sense proved challenging, until they discovered Open-Mesh. [MORE]


Emmanuel Church

Emmanuel church’s building has been a continual work in progress, changing and growing to meet the needs of 750 regular attendees and the larger community of 35,000. Emmanuel saw a need to greatly expand and improve the church’s wireless network, which they were able to do easily and affordably with Open-Mesh. [MORE]


Empire Palms Apartments

The Empire Palms Apartments is a 58-unit apartment complex located in Ventura, California. When the owner of Empire Palms wanted to offer an amenity to attract new tenants and entice existing tenants to stay longer, he found that an Open-Mesh wireless Internet deployment was his best investment. [MORE]


Peregian Beach Community

Peregian Beach is a small village on Australia's Sunshine Coast. The closely concentrated town has many outdoor cafes and eateries that are enjoyed year-round. Now, with a community-wide WiFi network, customers are staying longer and spending more in local businesses. [MORE]


City of Belton, Texas

After an unsuccessful attempt at a community wifi project, the city of Belton, Texas turned to Open-Mesh to deliver an easy, affordable solution. The result has helped the community be more Internet friendly and inviting to local visitors. [MORE]


Burrton School District

When the Burrton, Kansas School District began making plans to roll out an iPad pilot program throughout their K-12 campus, they turned to Open-Mesh to build a system that could handle the increased demand. [MORE]


Abstract & Title

Abstract & Title needed to find a way to provide wireless access for staff and visitors at their seven locations on a limited budget. With Open-Mesh, they were able to deploy a system that kept guest and staff networks be completely separate.[MORE]


Beach Point Club

With a wide range of terrain, building types, and access to network cabling, providing a seamless wireless network throughout a 22-acre property was a significant challenge that was overcome with Open-Mesh . [MORE]


Have you deployed Open-Mesh in a community, business, school or somewhere else? Tell us about it here.