Please introduce yourself


#81

Hello, I’m Rob, and I work for Starwire Technologies in Wisconsin. Formerly I worked for another Wisp, Genesis Wireless of Minnesota. I have been impressed with a lot that Mimosa has done, and am hoping to gather more knowledge and share some of my own!


#82

My name is Jason Paradis, IT Helpdesk Technician at Regal Logistics in Fife, WA. The primary reason I am here is to obtain support for the two B5-Lite units we purchased to connect two of our warehouses together. So far it hasn’t been a picnic but we are hoping that with Mimosa’s help we can get our business connection back on track.


#83

Hi Jason,

If you need help getting your B5-Lite units up and running, feel free to contact our support team via email (support@mimosa.co) or use the “Chat with us” at the bottom right of our community page.

Cheers
Scott


#84

Hello we are currently building a WISP in Bermuda. So far we have several B5 and B%C back haul links several A5 & A5C devices and are currently rolling out C5’s to testers. So far the results are impressive. We even have one on a container ship’s bridge to give them Internet when the ship comes in every week!


#85

Hallo Mimosa Community
My name is Roland Jepsen and I live in Denmark in a rural area where the fiber not will have reached so far.
Wireless isp is not a come thing here, I will start one up in my neighborhood and hopefully can I expand it to a bigger area later. In the moment have I about 60 subscribers.
Unfortunately, I nearly don’t know anything about wireless isp, and I had tried to find reliable business partner, but it´s had to find someone how really knows a lot about wireless isp, in Denmark
I hope the Mimosa comminute will be help full and share the different experience they have had.

Best Regards
Roland Jepsen


#86

Hi All,

I’m John Sinclair, I run a small ISP in rural eastern Australia. I’m interest particularly in the idea of the micro-pop.


#87

Hi , I am Amandeep from India , Chandigarh U.T , I am owner director in Visioncom ( telecom equipment distribution India ) Visioncomm B.V ( iptv provider The Netherlands ) , Tornadonet private limited ISP ( state of Punjab and Himachal ) , Indo-German co-location solutions ( IT services and Hosting ) , my friend from Germany recommended me Mimosa products. Since 15may i was trying to call, email mimosa office in USA, finally got in touch with Jack and Buan , i requested them
for doing business as partner or dealer/distributer , but i am being refused and ignored because of running an ISP , i also tried to explain that sales and distribution will be done by Visioncom pvt Ltd, i am ready to stock Mimosa products with minimum $ 100000 on first order
India is big country (1 billion plus ppl ) Mimosa will need an army of dealers here , i am writing this message because i still hope to workout something with Mimosa, right now mimosa have 1 dealer in 1 state called Gujrat dealer company Zen exim don’t have even single piece of Mimosa equipment in stock , i feel disappointed by response from Team Mimosa , but i still i have hope for some positive response .
God bless


#88

Jaime, I’m Joe Miller with DSLbyAir. Awesome products. however, on the design page is the a way to change the meters to feet? Right now I have to use a conversion chart to figure footage. i drop down menu to go from meter to foot would be great.


#89

Welcome, Joe! The setting you are looking for can be found within the Design tool in Preferences > User Options > Units of Measurement.


#90

Great to hear that, thanks.


#91

Hello I am framework and we have a wisp in La Baja, Mexico. We just purchased a pair of antennas Mimosa to test them, we have a total of 500 Mbps, we seek to provide the best quality of service.


#92

Hi everyone I am Shafiul Bashar Sumon. CEO SR COMMUNICATION. Bangladesh.

Thanks.


#93

My name is Bob and I am CEO of CresComm WiFi, LLC. I’ve been watching Mimosa since they earned 7 awards at Wispapalooza 2015. We purchased 4 c5c’s to replace UBNT Rocket M5’s to use for backhauls. Expect to see me poking around and pestering Jaime. :slight_smile:


#94

Hello, I am Max i worked i a small WISP in Puerto Rico, after the hurricane Maria we are searching for a best performance in our equipment’s.

I purchase b5 and c5c for backhauls, but the spectrum here is very difficult to work, to much noise around it.


#95

Hello everyone, David Rowell here at WNM Comunications in beautiful SW New Mexico. (which is not new and not Mexico). Looking forward to benefitting from all of your experience.


#96

Hello, I am ( Ahmad Al - Khalidi ) from Iraq, a special greetings to everyone and I am a fan of the company. I work as an engineer in the computer system and one of the agents of the Internet company in Iraq. Thank you.:blush::blush::blush:


#97

I’m Tom and I work with Loop Internet in NEPA and I’m here to find the information that isn’t published in the manuals.


#98

I’m Franklin and I own an IT company that is starting a WISP in West Virginia. We have our phase I equipment and currently testing the network. All equipment is Mimosa Network and I look forward to learning about the industry, equipment, and process here.


#99

Hello everyone, I wear many hats because, I hate TV. :smile:

Got my MSCE over 30 years ago. Ran a network service company and OEM computer manufacturing company and was also OEM certified. Got out of networks and computers because, I got board with it and there seemed to many kids that, were way smarter than me coming into the field. So, I saved myself some aggravation and a lot of running around fixing things they thought they would try and got out of it for a while. LOL

I have done some enterprise work here and there; mostly cable jobs, adding in switches and routers for small and large companies that were growing. I recently started looking at some land in a rural part of our area and found out there is no internet out there. After doing a bit research I found no one out there has anything to speak of. 3Mbps sat. or 6Mbps ADSL. That’s when I found out about this awesome thing called wireless networking. EXCITEMENT LEVEL METER = 10.

So, I’m here learning and getting ready to drop some DO-RA-ME on some Mimosa products.