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Almost any organisation, from a business to a Municipality, can benefit from adopting wireless connectivity and mobile computing solutions. Benefits come in ways you might expect, as in higher productivity and in ways you might not expect, such as higher customer satisfaction

A wireless local area network (WLAN) links two or more devices using a wireless distribution method and usually providing a connection through an access point to the wider internet. This gives users the mobility to move around within a local coverage area and still be connected to the network.

A wireless wide area network (WWAN) are wireless networks that typically cover large outdoor areas. These networks can be used to connect branch offices of business or as a public internet access system. They are usually deployed on the 5.8 and 2.4 GHz band.

Benefits of WLAN and WWAN?

  • Connectivity

Wireless connections can extend or replace a wired infrastructure in situations where it is costly, inconvenient, or impossible to lay cables.

  • Increased efficiency

Improved Communications and Connectivity leads to faster transfer of information within businesses and between partners/customers

  • Wireless

The wiring-free aspect of wireless LAN or Wireless WAN networking is very attractive as various computers or sites can be linked together without having to install physical infrastructure or use leased line facilities as provided by the various Telco operators..

  • Alternative

Wireless networking is the definite solution for last Mile connectivity. The inherent nature of wireless is that it doesn't require wires or lines to accommodate the data/voice/video pipeline. As such, the system will carry information across geographical areas that are prohibitive in terms of distance, cost, access, or time.

  • Reduced costs

Relative to 'wired', wireless networks are, in most cases, cheaper to install and maintain.

Eliminating restrictions on installation
Wireless is the ideal solution in any situation where wire is difficult or impossible to install either physically or economically. This includes not only the installation of networks in structures that are not readily amenable to wiring, but also situations where networks must be rapidly deployed, are subject to ongoing modifications, changes, and upgrades, and where post-installation flexibility is otherwise required. And also included here are outdoor installations where provisioning wire, cable, or fiber involves hanging these on poles, digging up streets, or related expensive, time-consuming activities. Time-to-solution is universally better in the case of wireless.
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