Company Overview

SwayMarkets was a mobile infrastructure startup dedicated to bringing transparency to wireless network performance and increasing the value of all products delivered through mobile platforms. Located in Cambridge, MA, the company was founded in October 2011 and closed its doors after selling its core technologies in mid 2013.

Products

The company created ultra-high density insight into user-perceived wireless network performance within and across native mobile applications. This was done through a software development kit (SDK) and API allowing developers to create truly bandwidth-responsive designs leveraging real-time network assessments and predictive analytics. The data sourced from this SDK powered an analytics platform offering crowdsourced service quality monitoring (SQM), competitive benchmarking, and customer experience intelligence with unprecedented scope & precision and at a fraction of the cost of existing solutions.

Management

The company's founders, Andrew Johnston and Amos Epstein, can be reached as follows:

Andrew Johnston
Amos Epstein

Beta Group and Developer Partners

All members of the October '12 and November '12 SDK beta groups have been updated with migration & contact details. While all recent versions of the SDK (3.0.0 and above for iOS, 2.1.0 for Android) will remain fully functional, your platform login credentials were updated on 2013.02.15 and you have likely already noticed small changes to your dashboards.

If you have any questions at all, please reach out to the product manager introduced in our 2013.02.11 email and from whom you have received several communications since. If you have lost or never received these emails, please send us a message using the form at the bottom of this page.

Farewells

It's been a wonderful experience working with all our customers, partners, and advisors. While it's bittersweet to have found a new home for our work, we're excited to continue contributing to the broader conversation surrounding the mobile web and what it means for how we all live, work, and play.

Best,
Andrew and Amos