Do you need to make your office wireless-friendly? Wireless networks are increasingly necessary with the profusion of business tablets and smartphones in the workplace. These networks also help to reduce tangled wires and improve office connectivity for desktop and notebook users. Wireless access points (WAP) enable... wireless devices to connect with your company’s wired network infrastructure. A wireless network access point can minimize clutter and improve efficiency by easily allowing multiple devices to communicate with one another. Working in conjunction with wireless access points, wireless bridges help to create a connection between two networks, split one network into two separate wireless connections, or simply reduce costs.
Connection offers several different brands of wireless network modules, access points, and bridges from some of the top global manufacturers of networking products. These include Aruba Networks, Cisco, Fortinet, and Motorola, among others. Our Cisco wireless bridges are some of our most popular offerings, meeting a/b/g/n wireless network protocols. They are commonly used to increase the size and power of wireless networks to maximize computing connectivity and speed. Our Fortinet and Aruba Networks products feature both indoor and outdoor wireless access points for improved versatility and durability. Motorola network access points are known for their durability and use in large enterprise environments.
If you need to improve your company’s wireless network, consider using our Wireless Site Survey. We can help analyze your network infrastructure and provide key action items for you to improve your company’s computing efficiency. Employees need to be able to communicate quickly over vast distances, and only a top-notch wireless setup with wireless bridges and strong wireless network access point solutions can ensure that employees have the connectivity they need. Learn how you can improve your wireless infrastructure to reduce costs and improve efficiency today.
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