A Comparison of Plume's Adapt™ and EasyMesh®

The proliferation of mesh as a solution for increased congestion in the modern connected home has led many Communications Service Providers (CSPs) to seek out the ideal scalable architecture for deployment of multi-access-point (AP) networks to their subscribers.

Two main players that CSPs often find themselves deciding between are Plume's Adapt service and EasyMesh.

This whitepaper takes a look at each implementation and explores:

● What these two architectures purport to do and how they differ from one another
● What is necessary to consider when choosing an optimal architecture
● The value of a cloud-based approach for scale and new service rollout

“As leaders in broadband technology, we know that the modern smart home requires a personalized approach tailored to each person, home and device. Plume does just that.” – Matt Weller, President

“While we know that Plume self-optimizes daily with real-time data usage in order to prioritize bandwidth when and where it’s needed, all our customers know is that an easy self-installation leads to a robust wall-to-wall Wi-Fi experience” – Matthew L. Dosch, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

“The value that Plume has brought us in terms of both new revenue opportunities and reduced truck rolls was recognized almost immediately. But most importantly, our customers love it!” – Steve Frey, General Manager

Plume® is the creator of the world's first SaaS experience platform for Communications Service Providers and their subscribers. Deployed in more than 48+ million locations globally, Plume is the only open and hardware-independent solution that enables the rapid delivery of new services for connected homes (and beyond) at massive scale.