Ubiquiti makes enterprise and carrier grade networking and related products that are easy to install and maintain. Our products have a fanatic user base and are widely used in both developed and developing countries throughout the world. As a public company, we can and do offer great pay, perks, and benefits. Ubiquiti has offices around the world, with its headquarters in San Jose, CA.
Learn more about us at ubnt.com.



MikroTik is a Latvian company which was founded in 1996 to develop routers and wireless ISP systems. MikroTik now provides hardware and software for Internet connectivity in most of the countries around the world.

Our experience in using industry standard PC hardware and complete routing systems allowed us in 1997 to create the RouterOS software system that provides extensive stability, controls, and flexibility for all kinds of data interfaces and routing.


Company founded in 1993 with the 1st wireless MAN in Russia, as a spin-out from $190M integration business of CompTek International. Private, fully-funded company with investors such as Intel Capital (including business agreement with Intel), ING Baring Vostok and RussiaNow. World-class R&D labs and manufacturing infrastructure for hardware & software development, initially established to serve Soviet military and aerospace industries





TP-LINK was founded in 1996 by two brothers, Zhao Jianjun (Cliff Chao) and Zhao Jiaxing (Jeffrey Chao), with a network card they had developed. The company name was based on the concept of “twisted pair link”, a kind of electromagnetic cabling.[4]





D-Link offers a wide range of robust wireless Access Points (APs) operating in both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands, supporting the latest wireless standards including 802.11ac and 802.11n.








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