Investor Event

The team at Mage had great fun hosting an event at Tenato last week, where we picked up a high-speed broadband signal from the office, and then hopped it wirelessly toward 8th Avenue SE and then over to the bridge over the Elbow River.  We set up a temporary network of tripods with a network, and then the investors enjoyed high-speed Wifi standing over the river, surfing YouTube and Netflix!   We were lucky to get perfect weather, and when we came back we enjoyed some hot food and went through the investor presentation.

mage investor presentationIt was wonderful to hear the interesting questions, ideas and suggestions.  Our investors are all very well-connected people who are really going to help Mage move forward! Huge thanks to everyone who attended!

We also want to relay our thanks to our team for the great effort they have put in during these past weeks.  The commitment, creativity, skill and effort you all put in has come together beautifully.
Together we have accomplished so much in such a short time it is mind boggling. We started down this path in mid May. Ahmed and the technical team did amazing work to get the firmware to the point we can confidently demonstrate.  Jacqueline and her marketing team have helped build the business plan both in substance and in appearance.
We still have a lot to do, but we can certainly stop for a moment, admire how far we’ve come and give ourselves a pat on the back.

Launch of Mage Networks

We’ve been really pulling late nights and long days in recent weeks – preparing for an investor event, getting photos taken, shooting a video, building a website, and of putting the finishing touches on our user interface. We’ve attached a few photos here.  Huge thank you to Dayna Dickens and Mark and Kelly Fox of Nanton who hosted us to shoot a video that demonstrated us taking a signal from Dayna’s home, and pulling it out 10 – 11km away onto a remote area on the Fox ranch outside Nanton. You all were tremendous hosts, and we can’t thank you enough for your hospitality! You’ll see that the image above is Gary holding up an iPad, on which he’s able to play movies on Netflix on the wireless remote MagiNet™  network!

As you may know, Mage is based in Calgary, and we have a long history in the telecommunications industry.  Our plan is to sell our flexible, wireless broadband networks to communities everywhere, so if you’re representing a community, or are an Internet Service Provider that is looking to partner in deployments, we want to hear from you.  The process isn’t long and complex; it involves having a visit or a chat, getting a map of your region, after which we come up with a network configuration and quotation to suit you.  Click to CONTACT US.