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Your Wi-Fi Options

If you already have Wi-Fi, the question is whether it is still fit for purpose. Most organisations that invested in wireless networking more than two years ago are likely to be finding that their networks no longer support the needs of their users. You are now faced with two options: augment the existing wireless network, or upgrade.

  • You may be able to improve the performance of your existing wireless network, by making changes or adding wireless access points, or making a small investment in your core network, including switches.
  • This may include repositioning access points to improve coverage. But this is a short-term fix, not a sustainable solution.
  • It may be more cost-effective to replace the whole wireless network, so you can adopt the very latest standard: Wireless AC.
  • For a new installation Wireless AC is essential, because it protects and extends your capital investment over a longer period.

Wireless AC for Business

The most common type of Wi-Fi technology available today, Wireless N, is rapidly being replaced by Wireless AC. This is the next generation of Wireless, designed to meet the needs of our increasingly mobile, multimedia world.
Wireless AC (or 802.11ac, or Gigabit, or even 5G Wi-Fi) helps businesses to embrace trends like Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and cloud computing, as well as supporting an increasingly mobile workforce.

Technologies like Bandsteering automatically move suitable devices onto the less crowded 5GHz band, enabling quicker, more reliable transfer rates, and helping to boost productivity.

Benefits of Wireless AC

  • Faster, with up to four* times as much bandwidth as today's Wireless N standard
  • Better coverage, with highly focused radio signals
  • Less congestion, with exclusive use of the 5 GHz frequency band
  • Compatibility, with previous wireless standards, devices and products
  • Better support for cloud-based applications, and programs like FaceTime, Skype and video conferencing programs work better with Wireless AC
  • Less interference from everyday devices like cordless phones, Bluetooth accessories and even fluorescent lights