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Wireless & Wired Networks

We Specialize in Network Deployments

From a simple home router setup up to rack-mount hardware with access points

Building Bridge
Building Bridge
Access Point
Access Point

There are endless possibilities for your perfect home/business setup. Contact us to find out about the perfect solution for you.

What's possible with Wi-Fi?


Access Point



Access Point

Building to Building Bridge

  1. Providing Wi-Fi access to customers, visitors, or employees in outdoor spaces such as courtyards, parking lots, or gardens.

  2. Offering wireless connectivity for outdoor events such as concerts, festivals, or conferences.

  3. Enabling mobile workers such as first responders, delivery drivers, or maintenance workers to access critical applications and data while in the field.

  4. Creating new revenue streams for businesses such as outdoor cafes, hotels, or recreational facilities by offering Wi-Fi access to customers.

  5. Enhancing the overall user experience by providing seamless connectivity across indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing users to stay connected and productive no matter where they are.

  6. Building-to-building wireless bridges can be used to share resources such as printers, servers, or storage devices between buildings, which can improve efficiency and collaboration.

What's possible with wired Networks?



  1. Enhanced Stability and Reliability: A wired deployment of network equipment, including a router, switch, and other components, provides enhanced stability and reliability compared to a wireless network. This is because wired connections are generally more stable than wireless connections and less susceptible to interference.

  2. Increased Network Speed: Wired connections can offer faster network speeds than wireless connections, especially in high-traffic areas. This is because wired connections provide a more direct and reliable connection between devices, allowing for faster data transfer.

  3. Improved Security: Wired networks are generally more secure than wireless networks because they are more difficult to hack or intercept. With a wired deployment, sensitive data can be protected through physical means, such as locking down network equipment in a secure location.

  4. Lower Latency: Wired connections have lower latency than wireless connections, which means that data can be transferred more quickly between devices. This can be especially important in real-time applications, such as gaming or video conferencing.

  5. Scalability: Wired deployments can be easily scaled as the needs of the network grow. Additional network equipment, such as switches or routers, can be added as needed to expand the network and accommodate more devices.


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