Wireless Internet Solutions and Conclusion
4th November 2016
The right connectivity for your business
Our final article of the week looks at alternative Wireless Internet connectivity options.
Wireless Internet Solutions
If none of our other solutions are an option for you, don’t worry we have some wire-free alternatives too:
Just like satellite TV, you need to be able to mount a dish to receive a signal. It must be aligned to an available satellite and for this reason it is not available in a few parts of the UK. Fortunately, most of the South-West UK can get satellite broadband.
While satellite offers good download & upload speeds, please be aware that this technology is not recommended for applications needing low latency (such as gaming and VOIP). Data transfer limits apply.
Since the introduction of 3G and 4G mobile services, dongles and modems have proved invaluable to mobile workers. Mobile broadband is an attractive solution for those stuck with poor or no broadband connectivity, or for temporary offices where its not cost effective to install fixed line services. Data transfer limits apply.
This innovative solution uses Wi-Fi to cover large distances connecting an area with poor connectivity to one that has great connectivity. It works in the same way as many of the other broadband services only instead of a cable from the exchange to the premises the last part of the connection is provided over secure Wi-Fi. This solution works best when there is line of sight between the connection location and the premises.
PC Comms has provided technical advice and services to a variety of businesses across the region for more than 10 years.
We know that finding the right connectivity solution for your business can be tricky, and understand the logistical and economic factors that effect businesses throughout the South-West.
If your business is suffering with a slow, unreliable internet connection, then we will help find a solution that meets your business requirements.
Give us a call today on 01278 458558 for a free, no obligation review of your businesses current internet connectivity.
Missed the first article in this series? Head here.