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About Plume

  • Adaptive WiFi­­™ The first and only self-optimizing whole-home Wi-Fi technology delivers powerful and reliable connectivity in every room, on every device even in the most complex of environments.  Plume pods monitor all connections on the network and sends that information to the Plume cloud. Pl...

  • Improved Coverage With a single router, the Wi-Fi performance at different places in the home will vary based on the placement of the router since there is only one way for the signal to get from the router to a given client. Wireless signals degrade with distance, more so when passing through wa...

  • Disadvantages of repeaters Lack of Coordination - Wi-Fi repeaters can be used to extend coverage similar to the distributed Wi-Fi approach, but repeaters act as independent nodes and do not coordinate with the central router or other repeaters (nodes) in the system. Therefore, unintelligent repe...

  • Limits of locally managed mesh A new class of Wi-Fi products form a mesh network to coordinate with each other to increase the Wi-Fi range. Current mesh routing protocols are designed to provide reachability of traffic between mesh nodes, only ensuring that the traffic makes it to the internet ga...

  • Cloud Releases   Cloud updates are released approximately every 3 weeks.  Click here for the latest Internal Cloud release notes. Click here for the latest public facing Cloud release notes.   Pod Firmware Release Click here for the latest Internal Firmware release notes. Public facing Firmwar...

  • There are 4 main measures taken to keep the data safe and reduce vulnerability to DDOS attacks. Access to the pods Local access to the pods is completely shut down to prevent access, except from the cloud. SSH, Telnet, HTTP/S and other entry ports are disabled for all shipped products. This preve...

Become a Plume Partner

  • What types of partnerships are available? Service Provider Partnerships give providers access to Plume pods as hardware and a Customer Experience Management platform to assist their customers.  This allows you, the provider, to include access to Plume hardware and services to your customers, whil...

  • Consumer Experience Management (CEM) Platform When a Service Provider chooses to partner with Plume they have access to a wide variety of tools to help give their customers experience the best possible Wi-Fi.  Features are grouped into three categories: Haystack – A suite of tools that allows sup...

Working with OpenSync™

  • How is using OpenSync™ different from a traditional router? Plume networks are based on the concept of Software Defined Networking (SDN), where the control plane of the network is separated from the data plane. OpenSync manages the data plane, as well as serving as the connection between the cont...

  • How does OpenSync™ work? The role of OpenSync can be broken down into three functions: telemetry, control, and networking. Telemetry oversees gathering and transmission of statistics to the cloud.  This information is used to support the Adaptive WiFi™ and other features.  This includes statisti...

  • What is the difference between Plume and OpenSync™? When talking about Plume and OpenSync it is important to understand the difference between them.  OpenSync is an open-source software which operates between the hardware drivers and the connection to the cloud.  It has two responsibilities; tra...

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