Wireless networking solutions offer a number of features that make it suitable for use as a stand alone network communications or as an overlay to your existing LAN. Wireless networking is becoming increasingly popular for organizations with a mobile workforce as well as hard to reach areas where installing cable would be too costly.
The IEEE 802.11 a/b/g wireless standards offer varying speeds, frequencies and signaling patterns suitable for basic communications. The new 802.11n standard will allow for compatibility with previous a/b/g standards but with a much higher data transfer rate, making it more suitable for supporting emerging VoIP, conferencing, printing and file sharing applications with greater reliability.
A wireless solution should be approached with a detailed site survey to show coverage areas and dead spots for exact access point placement before actual deployment. With a properly planned wireless solution, user expectations can be met and an optimum wireless communication can be deployed within your organization.
Detailed site survey for effective coverage area
- 802.11 a/b/g/n standards Wireless bridges
- Omni directional antennas
- Bi directional antennas
- PoE (power of Ethernet)
- Rogue device detection
- NIC has the capacity to design, manage, install, and maintain all wireless networks. We recommend employing our services in the design phase of a project. This guarantees your network can grow with your business and is cost effective to operate and maintain. Our objective is to exceed your expectations. We do this by delivering quality projects on time and on budget.
- Our maintenance program includes emergency restoration. Our services extend the lifespan of your system and eliminate preventable outages. When problems do occur, recovery is swift. Furthermore, we provide all of our clients with a published emergency recovery plan.
- Additional services offered include asset management. Properly managed assets can maximize revenue opportunities. For example, you may be able to capture additional revenue from leasing extra capacity on towers and tall structures. We also assist with lease and contract negotiations.
More About Wireless Networks
- The benefits of a wireless network extend beyond instant communication and mobility. When you invest in a wireless network, you own and manage it. What’s more, wireless networks reduce or eliminate recurring leased line fees. As a result, clients typically realize a positive return on their investment within two to four years.Wireless networks do not require wiring or cabling, making them less expensive and faster to deploy than a wired system. Additional benefits include a reduction in network duplication while offering reliable high-speed network interconnectivity.
- Specific advantages of wireless LAN and 802.11 a and b are immediate access to the Internet any time, anywhere without having to connect to a physical line.
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