A private telecommunications circuit is used to connect two or more premises to give a required quality of service and/or to save costs.
As consultants and systems integrators our role is to select products and services and configure these as an overall solution to meet our client requirements.
Broadband is increasingly offered over standard telephone lines at speeds advertised as “up to 20Mbps” even though no-one can actually achieve that speed.
Many businesses don’t review their telecommunication service bills because they are complex and difficult to correlate with the actual services being used.
If you are on the move and want to connect to the internet using your laptop then your best option might be to use WiFi to tether your laptop to your smartphone.
A WiFi wireless access point a standalone device that enables wireless clients such as laptops, smartphones and tablets to connect to an internet router.
A wifi wireless router enables the sharing of one (or more) internet connection(s) by multiple devices such as PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
One of the simplest & lowest cost ways of boosting & extending WiFi coverage is to use a wireless repeater that plugs into a strategically located mains socket.
One of the easiest ways of boosting WiFi coverage is to install a HomePlug wireless access point in the location where there is a coverage problem.
Even the best wireless router has a limited range and often you need a solution to provide WiFi access beyond the normal range of your router.
HomePlug devices use standard mains electrical cabling to transmit data and present the data to terminal equipment as a standard ethernet or wifi connection.
A 4G router provides internet access for multiple devices in areas where there is no conventional internet access or if there is a short term requirement.
An ethernet cable connection to an additional WiFi wireless access point is the best way of boosting wireless coverage.
WiFi enables internet access in homes & offices for laptops, tablets, smartphones & devices such as games consoles, televisions & other household appliances.
In situations where it is impractical or too expensive to provide a cabled ethernet connection between two points then a wireless bridge may be the answer.