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Welcome to your best internet
powered by Beegol:

How it works:


Beegol is pre-integrated into the majority of today's modems so our application is centralized into the "brains" of broadband networks and the Wi-Fi connectivity in people's homes and offices.

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Beegol logo, white type, TRANS


Our technology can monitor all aspects of the subscribers' network, analyzing the internal network, the access network, and even the events of the transport network that affect the operators' subscribers.


The Beegol platform enables operators to tell right away if a subscriber's modem is healthy or running too hot, what its download and upload speeds are, if there's a loose connection in-home or locally, or if there's a more widespread, massive problem that's impacting entire neighborhoods at one time.


Once identified, the Beegol platform can even self-heal some common issues for operators, such as Wi-Fi interference, channel or modem resets, or other automated fixes. Beegol works closely with its ISPs to craft their self-healing responses to those problems, and can help communicate them to subscribers.

Our Path Differentiation

Beegol has both a data path and a control path

Most telemetry programs run TR-181 data collections commands inside the CPE at regular intervals. They have a data path. However, Beegol has both a data path and a control path.

The control path allows for changes to the data collection scope and granularity, including real-time adjustments. For example, Beegol can change the latency measurement from a minute time interval to a second interval whenever potential transport congestion is detected.

Beegol can collect data from all clients in a building to detect MDU failures. The control path provides the flexibility to gather data at any time and anywhere in the network. ​