Wireless Broadband

In today's world, it is increasingly crucial that your organization can move, manage and share massive information quickly and efficiently. For enterprises with multiple locations, making this critical communication happen can be a daunting task. A fast, affordable, secure, reliable network is paramount to your success.

Go Wireless for Your Network

For building-to-building, LAN-to-LAN connectivity within a given metropolitan, Towns or rural area, broadband wireless access is by far the easiest and most cost-effective way to realize your high performance network. Whether you're creating a network from scratch, or need to expand or replace your existing wire line links, broadband wireless access is the most reliable and cost-effective, high-speed data networking alternative you should know more about.

Wired Line Performance and More

Broadband wireless connectivity gives you wire line performance without wire line costs and wire line restrictions.

Simplicity and Flexibility

Broadband wireless links can be deployed faster than wired line links. As well, your broadband wireless network can be quickly, easily and inexpensively modified to meet your changing connectivity needs. A broadband wireless network gives you flexibility to painlessly add or eliminate locations or secure additional bandwidth.

Speed and Reach

A wireless point-to-point link provides throughput rates several times faster than those offered by wired line alternatives. And unlike wired line high-speed circuits that are typically available only in urban centres, broadband wireless links can be deployed virtually anywhere, urban, suburban and rural locations alike.

Reliability and Security

Wireless point-to-point networks are reliable as traditional wired line ones and provide consistent throughput over distance. Like wired line circuits, wireless links are ultra-secure, making unwanted eavesdropping virtually impossible.

Economy and Pricing

Connecting WANs & LANs together using wireless links is significantly less expensive than upgrading existing wired or laying new ones. As well, wireless infrastructure is less prone to require maintenance than wired line infrastructure.