Wireless and Mobility Solutions

Wireless LAN (WLAN/WiFi)

There’s no stopping the enormous and irreversible shift toward wireless mobility. Today, wireless technology is where the majority of network innovation is focused; leading to exponential shifts in who, what, when and why we use our networks.

While many wireless end users fall into the category of “road warriors,” an equally large percentage are ones who need to move about a building, the campus, or even between sites to do their jobs. There’s no doubt that enabling workplace mobility creates a need for high-quality devices and applications. But, even more importantly, it also creates a need for an expertly-designed wireless network infrastructure to reliably support all those devices and applications. Without this critical infrastructure, you can’t expect to deliver the reliability and quality of service needed to successfully maximize return on all your other wireless investments.

Mobility: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

The number of employees who are using their own smartphones, iPads and other devices for work is growing exponentially. However, this environment leads to a huge increase in the number of IP devices that IT staff must manage and secure. It’s important to accommodate this trend without compromising network security or overwhelming your IT staff. To get the most out of your BYOD strategy, let our wireless design experts help you with your systems design, implementation and ongoing support.

Wireless WAN (Outdoor Wireless Bridges)

Extending a network to outdoor locations, to new buildings over long distances, or even across the street, can be an expensive and challenging proposition.

Wireless outdoor bridges are an excellent solution for quickly and cost-effectively connecting private networks in different locations. Capable of delivering high-speed connections and superior throughput, wireless bridges are ideal for connecting hard-to-wire sites, satellite locations, as well as school and corporate campus settings. They can be configured for point-to-point (one-to-one) or point-to-multipoint (one-to-many) connections, allowing multiple sites to share a single, high-speed connection to the Internet. Because wireless bridges eliminate the need for expensive leased lines or fiber-optic cable, they have no recurring charges and quickly pay for their own initial hardware investment. 

Advanced Network Systems has more than a decade of experience in designing, installing and maintaining wireless WAN solutions throughout Virginia and West Virginia that offer the same or better security, reliability and performance as wire line connections.