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Grow your router business with Chime

Making your routers smart

Stop competing on specs and start competing on user experience. Chime’s user-friendly apps and high-engagement services put your router at the center of the connected home.

Lift Customer Lifetime Value

Create new revenue with premium service upgrades including security, internet controls, and privacy tools, ...and there’s more to come.

Let your routers do more

Connected
Home Security

Internet Control

On-The-Go Security

Chime

Router OS

Reliable and updatable
firmware including security, internet controls, and new services.

Mobile Apps

Create loyal customer with beautiful & engaging apps carrying your brand.

Cloud

Scalable, reliable, and available.

The foundation of the connected home

Media Access

Media Access

IOT Security

IOT Security
Internet Controls

Internet Controls

Smart Home

Smart Home

Routers are in a strategic position to empower the connected home. Chime can help make your router the foundation of the connected home by providing a platform for security, internet controls, smart home connectivity and media access.

Chime transforms a feature router into a smart router.

Why work with us?

+400M customers
Freemium
model leaders
$700M/
year revenue

Case study: Ally, by Amped Wireless

Ally

ALLY, the first router built on Chime, has been awarded CES 2017 Innovations Award honoree in Smart home category.

ALLY offers parental controls, activity reports, internet curfew, content filtering, and network security.

“We are elated to announce ALLY and our partnership with Chime. The result is a one-of-a-kind system that performs at the highest levels while providing a user experience that is second to none, bringing peace of mind to users as their network and families are protected.” - Jason Owen, Executive Vice President of Networking, Amped Wireless

Read about Chime

  • Future Routers: The key to the connected home

    Future routers: The key to the connected home

    Posted May 11, 2016 by Shaul Levi

    When was the last time you interacted with your router, beyond turning it off and on again after a frustrating connection issue? I’m willing to bet it was a long time ago, if ever. And given the general interface on these things, you’re probably lucky it was. Nobody cares about routers... Read more

  • WiFi standards explained

    What 802.11 Wifi Standards Mean To You

    Posted May 5, 2016 by Pavel Mironchyk

    Here at Innovation Labs we’ve done a lot of work around the connected home which usually involves trawling through research papers and in-depth reports explaining WiFi standards for engineers like me. What I realised was missing was an up-to-date look at the differences... Read more

  • Crossing the threshold: protecting the connected home

    Crossing the threshold: protecting the connected home

    Posted March 18, 2016 by Shaul Levi

    Gartner predicts the average family house will contain more than 500 smart devices by 2022. But as the complexity of the connected home increases, so do the risks involved. It only takes one insecure device and your entire online estate could compromised. So what will it take for us to realise the danger?.. Read more

  • 4 essential features that can make or break the speed of your wireless router

    4 essential features that can make or break the speed of your wireless router

    Posted November 24, 2015 by Gerwin Van Der Kruis

    We all know that one of the main pain points when it comes to your home Wi-Fi router satisfaction is speed. But, did you know that there are certain things which can determine – or, in some cases increase – your wireless router speed?... Read more

  • The growing need for an Antivirus for our homes

    The growing need for an Antivirus for our homes

    Posted November 6, 2015 by Amit Siwal

    Our homes are filling up with more and more internet connected devices, personal or smart home devices, that aren’t protected and are riddled with security risks. A study by HP revealed 70 Percent of Internet of Things devices are vulnerable to attack... Read more

  • What the “40 years Exodus of the PC” predicts about the future of smart homes

    What the “40 years Exodus of the PC” predicts about the future of smart homes

    Posted October 27, 2015 by Shaul Levi

    Looking back on the history of the PC, I can’t help but notice the similarities between the Israelites’ journey to the Promised Land and the Personal Computer’s (PC) long road of development to today. Commercial manufacturers started to create the home/personal computers... Read more

Get in touch

Partnership inquiries
Shaul Levi

Chief Scientist
shaul . levi (at) avast . com

Press inquiries
Andrei Piftor

Marketing Manager - Innovation
andrei . piftor (at) avast . com