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Funding Friday: goTenna Puerto Rico Mesh1


Our portfolio company goTenna sent a bunch of their mesh networking devices to Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria and a number of mesh networks lit up on the island. This is what the goTenna network map looks like on the west side of the island now: So they kicked off this crowdfunding campaign to purchase another 300 devices to get more mesh connectivity on the island. I backed the project yesterday and it would be great if the AVC community could close this out with more donations today. The total raise is $15k. If you want to learn more about goTenna, this Techcrunch story is a good place to start. In a few short months the goTenna mesh device has built this network around the US: I’ve been a fan of the idea of people-powered mesh networking for a long time. It is great to see it happening. http://avc.com/2017/11/funding-friday-gotenna-puerto-rico-mesh/

Funding Friday: goTenna Puerto Rico Mesh1


Our portfolio company goTenna sent a bunch of their mesh networking devices to Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria and a number of mesh networks lit up on the island. This is what the goTenna network map looks like on the west side of the island now: So they kicked off this crowdfunding campaign to purchase another 300 devices to get more mesh connectivity on the island. I backed the project yesterday and it would be great if the AVC community could close this out with more donations today. The total raise is $15k. If you want to learn more about goTenna, this Techcrunch story is a good place to start. In a few short months the goTenna mesh device has built this network around the US: I’ve been a fan of the idea of people-powered mesh networking for a long time. It is great to see it happening. http://avc.com/2017/11/funding-friday-gotenna-puerto-rico-mesh/

Funding Friday: goTenna Puerto Rico Mesh1


Our portfolio company goTenna sent a bunch of their mesh networking devices to Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria and a number of mesh networks lit up on the island. This is what the goTenna network map looks like on the west side of the island now: So they kicked off this crowdfunding campaign to purchase another 300 devices to get more mesh connectivity on the island. I backed the project yesterday and it would be great if the AVC community could close this out with more donations today. The total raise is $15k. If you want to learn more about goTenna, this Techcrunch story is a good place to start. In a few short months the goTenna mesh device has built this network around the US: I’ve been a fan of the idea of people-powered mesh networking for a long time. It is great to see it happening. http://avc.com/2017/11/funding-friday-gotenna-puerto-rico-mesh/

Funding Friday: goTenna Puerto Rico Mesh1


Our portfolio company goTenna sent a bunch of their mesh networking devices to Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria and a number of mesh networks lit up on the island. This is what the goTenna network map looks like on the west side of the island now: So they kicked off this crowdfunding campaign to purchase another 300 devices to get more mesh connectivity on the island. I backed the project yesterday and it would be great if the AVC community could close this out with more donations today. The total raise is $15k. If you want to learn more about goTenna, this Techcrunch story is a good place to start. In a few short months the goTenna mesh device has built this network around the US: I’ve been a fan of the idea of people-powered mesh networking for a long time. It is great to see it happening. http://avc.com/2017/11/funding-friday-gotenna-puerto-rico-mesh/

Funding Friday: goTenna Puerto Rico Mesh1


Our portfolio company goTenna sent a bunch of their mesh networking devices to Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria and a number of mesh networks lit up on the island. This is what the goTenna network map looks like on the west side of the island now: So they kicked off this crowdfunding campaign to purchase another 300 devices to get more mesh connectivity on the island. I backed the project yesterday and it would be great if the AVC community could close this out with more donations today. The total raise is $15k. If you want to learn more about goTenna, this Techcrunch story is a good place to start. In a few short months the goTenna mesh device has built this network around the US: I’ve been a fan of the idea of people-powered mesh networking for a long time. It is great to see it happening. http://avc.com/2017/11/funding-friday-gotenna-puerto-rico-mesh/