Telarus partners can now introduce Minim, an affordable remote networking solution that improves Wi-Fi performance, safeguards business operations, and delivers insights to IT personnel.
Founded in response to the Mirai botnet attack of 2016 by the former CEO founder of Dyn, Minim is a “bring your own network” SaaS solution that transforms at-home work environments into secure, managed office networks in seconds.
The solution is comprised of three products, available for one simple monthly fee per remote worker:
- Minim-powered Access Points: With leading router brands, Minim provides meshed network devices with zero touch provisioning to create the Minim network. The Minim-powered Motorola system boasts AC2200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi; 6,000 ft of coverage; and auto-managed firmware.
- Minim Edge Extend: A web application that grants IT personnel and MSPs visibility into their Minim network with insights including employee network usage, health scores, mesh system settings management, and vulnerability analysis from an AI-driven IoT firewall.
- Minim Remote Assistant: A mobile app for employees to self-diagnose Wi-Fi performance issues, such as low signal strength or speeds, as well as set home policies for security filters, ad blocking, safe search, listening device pausing, and more.
With this announcement, the companies are kicking off a series of partner education and demonstrations, including a podcast hosted by Dominique Singer and Tyler Craig, VP of channel sales at Minim. The podcast will discuss annual savings per remote employee, the challenges of securing the smart home network, and BYON defense in depth—including how Minim complements existing firewall, VPN, endpoint security, and SD-WAN solutions in the Telarus portfolio.
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