The following are examples of business wireless network use cases:
Wireless Networks for Small Businesses
Wireless networks are a great solution for enterprises looking to avoid the high cost of cable installation and increase mobility in the workplace. As IP networks delivered through Radio Frequencies (RF), they don’t require the same level of physical infrastructure as wired networks. This makes wireless networks a great fit for historical buildings in Winchester that should not be disturbed in order to maintain their historical integrity. It’s also a good choice for older buildings that may contain hazardous material like asbestos, which cannot be disturbed without serious health risks. In these cases, opting for a wireless network solution can ensure that the building remains structurally sound and any hazardous materials remain undisturbed, while still providing reliable connectivity for the enterprise.
Wireless networks that use FCC licensed frequencies include your traditional wireless carriers such as AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile.
- Internet-working RFID Sensors
- Outdoor Mesh Connectivity for Campuses
- Indoor Computer Networking
- Back-up Internet Access for Terrestrial Services
- Outdoor Point-to-Point Extension of Networks
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Examples of a LAN Network
A local area network may serve as few as two or three users (for example, in a small-office network) or several hundred users in a larger office. LAN networking is comprised of cables, switches, routers and other components that let users connect to internal servers, websites and other LANs via wide area networks.
The following are some basic components that make up a Business Class Network:
- Network Server
- Ethernet Switches
- CAT5 or 6 Wiring
- Router and Firewall
- Wireless Access Points
Network Servers deliver IP addresses to users of the network, while also supporting Domain Name Services (DNS) that allows web and email addresses to find web and email servers on the network. Our Winchester team’s network design and installation services include servers that provide a level of security to your network. With our servers, you can set user privileges for clients connecting to the network based on roles and responsibilities within the company. Firewalls provide “front door” protection between your network and public internet.
Advantages of Business Class Networks
There are many benefits to hiring us for network installation services in the Shenandoah Valley and surrounding areas. Our services are highly reliable, managed, and can support several communities of interest (i.e. Sales, Operations, Finance, HR, etc.) on the same physical network but logically separated.
- Speed and Performance
- Dedicated Support
- Quality of Service
- Enhanced Collaboration
- Redundancy and Disaster Recovery
- Customization and Integration
- Service Level Agreements
We Engineer, Furnish & Install Business Class Networks Such As:
- Software Applications Sharing
- Supports Converged Communications (voice, video, and data)
- Protects Company Intellectual Property
- Enables Secure Remote Access via Virtual Private Networking
- Video Teleconferencing Solutions
- Microsoft Client/Server Architecture
- Database and ERP Development and Administration
- Private Cloud/Thin Client Architecture
- Web Based Solutions
- Unified Communications Design and Installation
- Voice, Video, and Data Desktop Convergence
- Local and Wide Area Network Engineering and Installation
- Network Management Solutions
- User/Staff I.T. Training
- Infrastructure Sustainment Strategies
- Audio/Visual Briefing Room Solutions
Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Solutions
We offer expert Radio Frequency (RF) technology engineering for the deployment of business class Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) solutions. To ensure WLAN deployments can offer the same quality of service and security that your wired LAN supports requires careful planning, skilled RF engineering, and reliable wireless technologies. Our experienced, network design engineers and technology partners have what is required to turn-key broadband enabled WLAN solutions for your business campus locations. We use industry best practices that include completing necessary site surveys and site readiness checklists. We have partnerships with both Comcast Business and Shentel Internet Service Providers to extend their high-speed Internet connections over Netmaker Communications designed and fielded WLAN solutions.
If your business is in a location currently only served with old, twisted pair copper from the telephone company, call us today to see your options for network installations and design services. We are capable of delivering high-speed Broadband internet access to your location. Our WLAN solutions can support data throughputs up to 1 GB/s depending on distances between antennas.
We are proud to provide comprehensive wireless network solutions for companies of all sizes. With a wealth of experience in both indoor and outdoor IEEE 802.11 network deployments, we can develop customized, turn-key solutions that meet even the most demanding network requirements. Additionally, we offer reliable wireless backup solutions for offices and retail establishments that leverage the commercial LTE networks of AT&T and Verizon. Our team of experts has the knowledge and expertise to design and implement top-quality wireless networks that are secure, reliable, and scalable to meet the evolving needs of your business.
Netmaker Communications is offering WiFi 6 for businesses in the Shenandoah Valley and surrounding areas.
What is WiFi 6?
WiFi 6 is designed to improve speed, increase efficiency, and reduce congestion in heavy bandwidth usage scenarios. Newer, faster devices, high-resolution streaming videos and cloud-based applications all require high bandwidth, low latency and increased capacity to have maximum performance. In order for multiple devices to perform at their best requires businesses to move to the newest standard of WiFi.
It helps businesses overcome these challenges:
- Coverage and range, especially through walls and in blind spots.
- Network and per-device speed, especially when adding more devices.
- Need for faster and easier setup.
- Need for smooth configuration and firmware updates.
- Demand for security and access control.
Who Should Consider WiFi 6?
As the technology advances with Point of Sales (POS) devices and the increase in number, so will the need for sufficient bandwidth and total site coverage. These requirements may require an upgrade in the wireless infrastructure to meet those growing new demands.
From AI assembly line robots to autonomous delivery trucks, most or all the of new machinery or IoT will require high bandwidth and capacity. An upgrade to WiFi 6 will meet new requirements and capacity.
As the healthcare clinic and hospitals moves towards more innovated technologies in x-ray, digital charting, and virtual doctor visits all require a large amount of bandwidth and wireless efficiency. Upgrading to the latest WiFi 6 technology would help ease the high bandwidth demands and expected wireless efficiency.
As the public sector become more technologically modernized, the demand for high bandwidth, wireless capacity, and better WiFi efficiency is a more of a requirement. Libraries, city halls, police offices, and the public sector in general are becoming more technologically advanced and reliant on WiFi and will need the bandwidth, capacity, and efficiency that WiFi 6 offers. An upgrade to WiFi 6 would answer majority of the new technology advancements.
As financial companies become more entuned in high bandwidth and zero delay streaming to meet the daily stock market trader demands. An upgrade to WiFi 6 can provide high bandwidth, better efficiency, and provide an increase wireless capacity for the financial market.
The non-profit industries have become more technological. With the increase in digital signage, 4K streaming, and even managing voting booths can require a large requirement in bandwidth and wireless capacity. Upgrading to WiFi 6 can meet the new increase in requirements and future-proof the wireless technology at the same time.
As the industry became more prevalent in video conferencing, digital research, and cloud-based applications, law firms required WiFi to have faster bandwidths and better efficiency. Upgrading to WiFi 6 checks off all the new requirement boxes and also future proofs the WiFi service for years to come.
Due to the huge demand in technology and internet connectivity, the older or legacy WiFi systems incur slow bandwidth, lack of device connectivity, and a less secure internet connection. An upgrade to WiFi 6 with hospitality can meet the growing demands for connectivity across all the technology and devices that the industry depends on.
Houses of Worship
Houses of worship increasingly depend on having great network connectivity, whether to help the worship team make sure everything runs smoothly, or to improve the congregation’s experience. Above all, connectivity needs to be reliable, simple, affordable and reach every corner of the site. The latest in wireless technology meets all those needs.
We see an increase in video streaming, online classes, and other internet-based instruction. These require a huge demand in bandwidth and capacity, which the older and legacy WiFi technologies, cannot always meet. Future-proofing the schools or institutions with WiFi 6 will greatly increase the ability of being ready for the high demand in bandwidth and also a part of the digital revolution.