The in-building wireless network is more stable than ever, with data encryption and security providing more peace of mind than they previously could.

For any enterprise considering a wireless implementation, a good network architect is an absolute must, preferably an architect who understands security issues associated with enterprise wireless networks. It will save time and money down the road to have a clear understanding of your goals and capabilities, and the expected returns from the investment, before investing in this technology. The first critical issue is whether you need a local area network technology to support internal users or a wide area network solution to support a workforce that is out in the field.

Wireless networking (i.e. the various types of unlicensed 2.4 GHz WiFi devices) is used to meet many needs. Perhaps the most common use is to connect laptop users who travel from location to location. Another common use is for mobile networks that connect via satellite. A wireless transmission method is a logical choice to network a LAN segment that must frequently change locations. The following situations justify the use of wireless technology | To span a distance beyond the capabilities of typical cabling | To provide a backup communications link in case of normal network failure | To link portable or temporary workstations | To overcome situations where normal cabling is difficult or financially impractical | To remotely connect mobile users or networks.


Our dedicated building to building wireless links provide a very effective and affordable method of extending your network to a neighboring building. Presenting an ethernet port at each end, our wireless building to building links will provide a totally transparent link between two buildings.

We conduct comprehensive site surveys to assess distances, topologies, speeds and bandwidth capabilities.


Bluetooth wireless technology provides links between mobile computers, mobile phones, and portable handheld devices, as well as connectivity to the Internet. Bluetooth operates at 2.4 GHz, and has a range of about 10 meters.