UNMS Cloud is now FREE

Yes, you are reading this correctly! We have decided to remove all pricing plans. That means exactly what it says — UNMS Cloud is now completely free of charge! We believe that having a reliable network and business management tool is crucial for any WISP.


Ubiquiti Launches a Speed Test Network

Ubiquiti launches the Ubiquiti Speed Test, the first public test network integrated with enterprise network equipment. Ubiquiti Speed Test comprises a network of test servers and built-in speed test capabilities. Reports include uplink/downlink throughput and latency. Sharing the results is easy via email or social media.


UNMS Cloud is here

With great joy, we would like to announce another milestone in UNMS development. UNMS Cloud service is now available for you. This platform is exceptionally useful for users who do not want to install UNMS on their own hardware or for those who want to give UNMS a try for a month without any cost.

UniFi UAP-AC-SHD Excels in Wi-Fi AP Benchmark Test

Periodically, we hire Alethea Communications to perform third-party testing for our Access Point (AP) products. Alethea specializes in network stress testing services and products. They use various test methods with simulated and real client devices. This test used real client devices in a realistic environment with up to 100 devices. This method gives very reliable data for real-world performance.


airOS LTU v1.1.2 for AF-5XHD Now Available

We recently released airOS LTU v1.1.2 for the AF-5XHD. This release is a real milestone for the product, as it introduces several powerful and long-awaited features that will help to make your network faster, easier to operate, and more resistant to interference


Introducing WiFiman

We recently released WiFiman: a mobile app that provides a suite of tools to monitor, analyze, and improve Wi-Fi performance. WiFiman offers the following features, and more.


Improving Network Performance with airPRISM

A lot of WISPs are familiar with network slowdown. You set up your network and go about your business, until calls start coming in that the internet is slow; or maybe your own internal network management system sends you some alerts. Everything was fine earlier, what’s changed now?