Commotion 1.0 Mesh Networking Toolkit Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 1 January 2014 at 04:21 AM EST. 3 Comments
The New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute celebrated the New Year by launching Commotion 1.0, an open-source Mesh networking tool-kit.

Commotion 1.0 provides everything users need to adapt mobile phones, computers, and wireless devices to create decentralized mesh networks. This mesh network serves as an intranet but can also be connected to the Internet.

Common 1.0 ships with a new user-interface, multi-interface support, greater stability, easier upgrades, expanded router platform, Android and Linux clients, and much more.

Those wishing to learn more about this open-source mesh networking tool-kit can visit
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