Member of the media? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download goTenna Mesh logos.
Download goTenna Mesh product photos (incl. in-hand).
Download goTenna logos.
Download goTenna app screenshots.
Download goTenna product photos (incl. in-hand).
Download photos of goTenna being used in context.
Download goTenna Pro product photos.
Download goTenna Pro logos.
About the Company:
Based in Brooklyn, goTenna is the first and only company to enable anyone to use their phones to communicate at long-range even if there’s no cell, internet or satellite service.
The idea was sparked in late 2012, when Hurricane Sandy took down one-third of cell towers and power stations in a 10-state area. Daniela and J Perdomo decided to create resilient, scalable, and affordable bottom-up connectivity independent of top-down centralized infrastructure. goTenna was officially incorporated in early 2013, after completing the first working prototypes.
In late 2015, goTenna launched its award-winning, flagship device that quickly became synonymous with next-generation off-grid communications. In late 2016, the company created the first 100% off-grid, mobile, long-range consumer-ready mesh network with goTenna Mesh, a smaller, internationally-available device that allows users to automatically and privately relay messages through other devices to extend range of connectivity. In early 2017, the company announced its a suite of professional products anchored by goTenna Pro, intended for public safety, defense, industrial, and enterprise organizations.
Backed by $17MM in venture capital from notable investors such as Union Square Ventures, Walden Venture Capital, MentorTech Ventures, BBG Ventures (a subsidiary of Verizon), Bloomberg Beta, and Collaborative Fund, goTenna has driven millions of dollars in revenue and received significant non-dilutive R&D grants from the likes of Google and the U.S. Department of Defense.