Greetings, prospective recruit.
We’re forming a community defence force against ordinary internet, and we want you involved.
The contents of this communication will arm you with all the information required to fight back against ordinary internet in your location. West Aussies have been expected to make do with ordinary internet for too long. It’s time for us to take a stand!
Operation neXus is a go.
Ordinary internet connections have taken ground across the entire Perth metro area. Our intelligence suggests that many of these connections are not locally operated or safeguarded. Instead, they rely on interstate and international customer support and make use of internet technologies that are rapidly becoming obsolete.
This makes our enemy vulnerable to lag attacks and spotty connections, but even still, their numbers are too strong to confront head-on. Pentanet propose flanking these ordinary internet connections by adopting next generation wireless internet technology to bypass them entirely.
In late 2020, Pentanet commenced a top secret project internally referred to as ‘Project Gigalink’. The objective of Project Gigalink was to test brand new, cutting-edge wireless mesh network technology and determine its viability as a solution for Perth’s widespread ordinary internet problem.
The results? Well, they were astounding.
Pentanet neXus is a world-first, gigabit wireless mesh network born from the testing completed throughout Project Gigalink. Upon discovering the true power of wireless mesh internet technology, we went all in on upgrading our already top-notch Pentanet Fixed Wireless infrastructure and commenced preparations to deploy neXus in 2022.
In no uncertain terms, neXus is the future of internet connectivity in Perth. We have the technology, we have proof that it works, all we need to do now is get enough recruits on board to roll the network out en-mass.
This is where you come in.
Pentanet neXus is a community-powered network that becomes more dynamic and reliable in areas where more people are connected. The innovative mesh design of the network protects subscribers against network bottlenecks by automatically re-routing each connection through the optimal network path, ensuring stable and consistent speeds. We need people in your area to enlist so that we can launch neXus in your suburb.
The deployment plan for neXus is as follows:
Select and induct Operation neXus recruits in tactical locations throughout Perth.
Recruits will be selected based on the demand for neXus in their area. Bolster your chance of being selected by encouraging everyone in your neighbourhood to enlist!
Connect Operation neXus recruits to the network early to ensure the best experience for neXus subscribers when the service goes live.
We want neXus subscribers to feel the speed and stability benefits of the network’s intelligent mesh design from day one, so we need multiple access points deployed around each tower.
Light neXus up as the mesh develops
Pentanet neXus will come online in stages throughout 2022 as the network’s wireless mesh spreads its reach across the Perth metro area.
The efforts of our brave Operation neXus recruits will not go unrewarded. In addition to an early access neXus connection, recruits will receive a supply drop full of epic Operation neXus merch to help spread the good word and an exclusive Founders plan when the network officially launches in their area.
Pentanet neXus is faster, smarter, and better connected than traditional networks.
The network utilises cutting-edge mmWave technology to deliver gigabit connectivity through the air over a low latency connection. Pentanet neXus delivers maximum speeds up to 10-20x faster than the average Australian Fixed Broadband connection.1
The intelligent wireless mesh technology which forms the basis of neXus means that ultra-fast wireless internet will become available in places where line of sight to a tower has been a barrier in the past. This makes the network more accessible than other wireless networks, or fixed-line networks that require cables to be run to a premises through the ground to establish a new connection.
But wireless mesh technology isn’t just good news for people without line of sight to a tower. A neXus connection will constantly analyse the best network path for your data to travel through and will automatically re-route your connection through the optimal path. There is a tangible benefit to having an abundance of neXus connections in your area; the more connection pathways you have available, the more consistent your connection will be.
The dynamic nature of this technology makes it simpler for us to expand neXus and increase the capacity of the network in high use areas. Traditional networks get sluggish as more people come online and are expensive and time-consuming to expand, while neXus becomes more dynamic and reliable as the network grows.
Resist ordinary internet.
Fight for your community.
Join Operation neXus today.
1 As defined at https://speedtest.net/global-index/australia#fixed on 9 December 2021.