Unlike most wireless system integrators, begin any discussion with a prospective customer, with no pre-conceived ideas for a specific product. Discuss each organizations requirements with them, and carefully identify and engage the necessary assets, as required. By understanding my customer’s needs before making any recommendations, typically offer numerous wireless options for establishing connectivity. Also, unlike most wireless integrators, I look to educate our customers. Educate them about the issues to be considered when designing a wireless connection such as the numerous options for providing connectivity, how to implement a scalable solution, and the best means for becoming self-reliant.
The WiFi market is growing rapidly as businesses discover the productivity benefits of going wire-free and customer expectations for instant access. The mobility of WiFi networks has proven to be beneficial in operations throughout manufacturing and warehouses facilities, transportation hubs, hotels, airports, hospitals, colleges, convention halls and more. Within corporations, conference rooms, public areas and branch offices are ideal venues for wireless LANs (WLANs). WiFi Design is Not One Size Fits All
Network design and engineering deployment of a WiFi network requires careful planning to determine goals, objectives and requirements. Once evaluated, a site survey is completed to determine sources of interference and best overall coverage as WiFi networks can be tricky to implement due to high interference and high-density areas. Plus, your existing equipment may be incompatible to handle the new capacity loads in existence today. WLANs can be a solid replacement to wired networks when designed correctly. Our WiFi engineers can customize a design specifically to handle the complexity and obstacles of your facility.