Fluidmesh unveils rebranding initiative
Source: Fluidmesh Networks
Fluidmesh Networks, a worldwide leader in wireless backhauling systems for security, industrial, and mission-critical applications, is pleased to announce a major rebranding initiative and the unveiling of its new logo.
A young and dynamic company, Fluidmesh certainly wasn't in need of a facelift. But, as Cosimo Malesci, Fluidmesh co-founder and VP of Sales and Marketing, explains, " We deliver unique, powerful and reliable products and it is time that our image reflects that. We wanted to refresh our image so that we align with the quality of our products, reflect who we are as a company, reflect our values, reflect our youth and refusal to be boxed in. We are leading the wireless revolution and are ready to show the world what we are made of: energy, honesty, research, insight."
The objective was to create a logo with graphics that clearly represent the product line through specific characteristics. The color palette – pure red, cool gray and white - are reminiscent of the original brand, and represent power, vitality, courage, optimism and speed. The new, high tech logo suggests the analysis of movement, union of elements, and connections.
This rebranding effort establishes a solid platform where the Fluidmesh brand has room to grow over the long-term. It encompasses the complete redesign of the Fluidmesh website, its packaging and collateral materials.
The broad range of solutions Fluidmesh brings to market cover point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, mesh and mobility networks with an unparalleled level of reliability, flexibility, and ease of use. The company is focused on the development of top-quality wireless products for security, video-surveillance, condition monitoring and data communication in large areas at risk. Its recently introduced Fluidity solution really turned some heads as it delivers the ultimate in broadband connectivity for fast moving vehicles such as, trains, buses, subways, ferries, and cars. This revolutionary wireless system delivers up to 100 Mbps of usable throughput to vehicles that travel at up to 200 miles per hour and fully supports video, voice, and data.