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Unifi by Ubiquiti

Ubiquiti is a world-renowned networking company that has been around since 2003. The San Jose, California based start up produced innovative technology for data communication and wired products to enterprise customers as well at home users all over America under their various brand names including Amplifi Labs™.

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eero by Amazon

eero is a San Francisco-based company that creates Wi-Fi for your house and offers products to help make sure it has an internet connection at all times. The team behind eero's mission statement says they want customers' homes "to feel like a connected space." In 2019 Amazon bought them out with a $97 million purchase price.

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Meraki by Cisco

Meraki is a cloud-managed IT company that offers many products including wireless networking, switching and security all centrally managed from the web. In December 2012 they were acquired by Cisco Systems who also provides enterprise mobility management (EMM) systems as well camera equipment for homes or businesses alike!

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aruba by Hewlett Packard

Aruba Networks is a Santa Clara, California-based wireless networking subsidiary of Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. Founded in 2002 by Keerti Melkote and Pankaj Manglik after they left their positions at Intel Corporation. HP acquired them for $3 billion in an all cash deal on May 19th, 2015.

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Linksys

Linksys is a company that specializes in data networking hardware products, such as WiFi routers and mesh systems. They were founded by the couple Victor and Janie Tsao who immigrated from Taiwan to America. The headquarters are located near Los Angeles with branch offices across North America.

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deco by TP-Link

TP-Link is a global networking company that has been consistently ranked by analyst firm IDC, as the world's No. 1 provider of Wi-Fi products, supplying more than 170 countries and serving billions around Earth with their expanding network coverage.

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Spectrum

Spectrum is the cable television, internet and telephone service provider that was first introduced in 2014. Prior to this time period Charter primarily marketed their services under one name - namely "Charter." After acquiring Time Warner Cable as well as Bright House Networks however; these operations also took on using Spectrum's brand name.

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AT&T

AT&T Inc. is a multinational company that has its headquarters in Texas and operates all over the world, providing telephone service for people everywhere. The largest American telecommunications firm by revenue can be found in the US on their home turf as well as internationally to other nations across six continents.

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Verizon

Verizon Communications is one of the largest telecommunications providers in America, with headquarters based out New York City. The company provides services such as mobile voice and data plans to customers across its network nationwide at reasonable prices for your convenience.

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Frontier

The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered near Denver, CO. They previously served primarily rural areas but now also serve several large metropolitan markets with their telecommunications services such as telephone poles or internet connectivity through DSL Internet service plans for homes that are offered by this business model across the United States today.

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Starry

Starry Internet is an innovative fixed wireless broadband service provider that uses millimeter-band LMDS connections to provide high speed internet access for customers. The company currently operates in Boston, New York City Los Angeles Denver and Washington DC with plans of expanding throughout more cities soon.

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Starlink by SpaceX

Starlink is a new global satellite internet service that will allow people in developing countries to connect with the rest of mainstream society. The company, SpaceX provides 2335 Starlinks which are currently up and running providing coverage for 29 different nations on Earth - they have ambitious plans extending this into every country.

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MikroTik

MikroTik is a Latvian network equipment manufacturer that sells routers, switches and Wi-Fi access points. Founded in 1996 with the focus on emerging markets as their niche market; they have since expanded into other areas like operating systems or software for larger businesses to use.

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Arista Networks

The Santa Clara-based company, Arista Networks designs and sells high performance networking solutions for large datacenters as well cloud computing environments. Their products are software defined networks that enable effective use of IT resources with cost savings in capital expenditures while improving network traffic flow.

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Home Assistant

Home Assistant is an open-source software for automating your home with a focus on local control and privacy. It can be accessed via web interface, companion apps (available on Android & iOS) or voice commands using supported virtual assistants like Google Assistant/Amazon Alexa.

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Kasa Smart

TP-Link's think tank for all things smart home, Kasa Smart was created in 2015. Building on the success of its previous endeavors such as creating a very smart plug which went onto be sold millions across Asia Pacific region and North America - not only did they want this one product but instead an entire line to serve customers' needs with innovative design solutions that are both reliable & quality driven while meeting global standards set byproduct engineering challenges.

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Toast

Toast, Inc. is a cloud-based restaurant management software company based in Boston, Massachusetts. The company provides an all-in-one point-of-sale (POS) system built on the Android operating system. Toast was founded in 2011 by Aman Narang, Jon Grimm, and Steve Fredette. Toast Point of Sale was launched in 2013.

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