The Helium Network – The World’s First people-powered peer-to-peer wireless network
What is the Helium Network?
To know what the helium network is, it is important to first understand what The internet of things or IOT is
The internet of things is a network of hardware devices and the software that can send and receive data over the internet.
It is estimated that over the next 5 years about 50 -75 billion devices will be connected to the internet.
These devices use sensors, routers, gateways, transceivers, processors, converters to transmit and receive data
So what is the Helium Hotspot?
The Helium Hotspot is a small hardware device that creates a large wireless network for devices that use Helium’s network. Think of it like a Wi-Fi router, uses very low power for devices sending small amounts of data over long ranges.
What does it do?
A Helium hotspot is like a low power Wi-Fi router, but uses Helium’s Long-Fi protocol to send small amounts of data over long ranges
Why should anyone deploy a Hotspot?
Hotspots provide internet connectivity for all sorts of IoT devices: bikes, scooters, temperature sensors, location trackers for pets, elevators, wildfire sensors, and much more. Your Hotspot earns a new cryptocurrency called HNT for providing network services to these devices
How Enterprises Use IOT
Asset Monitoring and Analysis
Theft and Intruder Prevention
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Get Paid by Hosting A Helium Hotspot
HNT is a new cryptocurrency that Hotspots earn for providing and validating wireless coverage. You can earn $30 - $100 a month hosting a helium hotspot. Contact Us to learn more