What is Wireless Networking?
Unlike a wired network, which uses physical cables to connect your computers and devices to the internet, a wireless network allows users to move about and remain connected via access points which boost WiFi signals.
Wireless networks can create computer networks which connect your devices without any cables running between them at all.
This allows your business to connect its computing devices and equipment without the need for the expensive and disruptive installation procedures required to build an internal wired network.
Wireless Local Area Networks, or WLANs, linke multiple devices using wireless distribution protocols, providing access through network nodes to the wider internet without the need to connect directly to an ethernet port.
There are several benefits of choosing wireless networking including the convenience of wide coverage, enhanced staff mobility, improved team collaboration and productivity, robust security, and easy setup and expandability without the need for additional physical wiring.
MORE: If this doesn’t sound like the solution you’re looking for, you can explore our other WiFi as a Service capabilities.
The Infoprotect Service
The need for high bandwidth data networking solutions has grown with the day to expansion of smart device and internet usage.
This is vital for modern companies seeking to enhance the output of their semi-mobile and mobile workforces who are dependant on always-on online connectivity.
Because of this growing need, your business or enterprise will require access points that can handle higher throughput and a growing number of traffic sources.
Our Aruba WiFi devices and network solutions are enterprise ready and completely scalable, enabling deployment in your small branches or satellite stores in addition to your large scale premises.