"Open Garden shatters the current perception that spectrum is forever limited and that Wi-Fi access will always be compromised. Historically,the more devices on the cellular network, the weaker the connection becomes for everyone," said Open Garden's CEO and co-founder, MichaBenoliel. "Because Open Garden has an entirely new and radicallydifferent approach to providing mobile Internet connectivity through itssoftware, the network improves as the number of connected devicesgrows."According to the Cellular Telecommunications Association Industry(CTIA) 2012 survey, wireless penetration in the United States hit 102%of the population, or 326.4M active wireless connections. The density of smartphones has attained a critical mass; there are now more devices toconnect to the Internet than people.Open Garden software works behind the scenes on a mobile device toshare and utilizes the best available signals on the local mesh network --combining them when necessary -- to make the "new" mobile network strong and reliable.
Open Garden crowdsources and provides Internet connectivityamong nearby smartphones, tablets, computers and even GoogleGlass.
Devices with Open Garden connect seamlessly to the Interneteverywhere, on the go, without having to install, pair, or configureanything.
Open Garden shares core Internet access, enables access to morecapacity, and broadcasts strong mobile Wi-Fi signals optimizing power consumption in a mobile device.