Industry Event Celebrated 10 Years of Innovation

Welcoming over 100 industry professionals, Fluidmesh Networks hosted its ten year anniversary at the Palms Hotel in Vegas the evening of April 14th. The standing room only crowd spanned customers, channel partners, reps and industry friends and supporters. A worldwide leader in wireless systems for security, industrial, and mission-critical applications, Fluidmesh hit the security scene in 2015. While they remain a strong and popular player in the video surveillance sector, their commitment to making the unconnected connectable is testament to their ongoing love affair with innovation. Among their most recent achievements, Fluidmesh has developed a connectivity solution for public transportation systems, providing Wi-Fi on board for trains, a data offload solution for metropolitan bus and train depots, and the capability to stream live video aboard moving vehicles.

The 10th Anniversary party included food, fine Italian wines, fun and festivities, along with opportunity for guests to get up-close and personal with the latest Fluidmesh product offerings. Company co-founders Cosimo and Umberto Malesci shared highlights of the company's evolution over the past decade, as well as their vision for the future, including how The Internet of Things would fit into those plans and their ongoing R&D efforts and creation of more and more patents.

"We at Fluidmesh were honored to host so many of our customers and partners in celebration of our tenth anniversary," noted Cosimo Malesci, EVP sales & marketing and Fluidmesh co-founder. "We are very proud and privileged to have achieved so much success in the security space over the past ten years, and look forward to continuing our journey of innovation. The celebration during ISC was a perfect opportunity to say a heartfelt thank you to our loyal customers, channel partners, reps, and industry friends and supporters."

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