Ubiquiti is a US-headquartered technology company with R&D centers around the world. The company focuses on three main technologies: high-capacity distributed Internet access, unified information technology, and next-gen consumer electronics for home and personal use. Ubiquiti offers routers, branch nodes, access points and other network equipment as well as devices for IP-telephony and video surveillance systems.
Since its foundation in 2005, Ubiquiti shipped over 70 million devices that play a key role in creating networking infrastructure in over 200 countries and territories in the world.
Ubiquiti’s professional networking products are powered by its own UNMS and UniFi software platforms to provide high-capacity distributed Internet access and unified information technology management, respectively.
Ubiquiti was founded by former Apple engineer Robert Pera. He shares an approach to develop ideal design devices with perfectly balanced soft and hardware.
Another important principle of the company is focused on democratizing network technology on a global scale. Ubiquiti is committed to providing affordable high-speed Internet access in the territories where conventional networks cannot be used.
The majority of the company’s resources consist of entrepreneurial and de-centralized R&D teams. They have different specializations and equally high levels of expertise. Ubiquiti does not employ a traditional direct sales force, but instead drives brand awareness largely through the company’s user community where customers can interface directly with R&D, marketing, and support.
Robert Pera (www.rjpblog.com) himself is actively involved in the development. The company’s engineers and programmers are free to contact the Ubiquiti founder directly and suggest ideas to be realized in the products.