The Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, known simply as WiMAX, is a technology that is often overlooked as an option for wireless connectivity. In this article we’ll shed some light on this often-misunderstood technology and how it can be used to benefit your business in various applications.
Over the past few weeks we’ve been showcasing the deployment of wireless internet service providers (WISPs) and how they leverage various technologies to add value, flexibility, and reliability to their infrastructures. We examined how technologies such as LTE, MPLS, and cloud services are being employed to supplement WISP offerings.
But the innovation doesn’t stop there. There are a multitude of other technologies, protocols, and innovations that are being incorporated to bring about a new age of the WISP. We describe these in further detail in this article.
Like all ISPs, Wireless ISPs (WISPs) benefit from the integration of other technologies with the services they provide. In previous articles, we saw how LTE and MPLS can be used in conjunction with WISP infrastructure to deliver more useful and flexible services to subscribers.
In this article, we continue our series devoted to the key themes at WISPAMERICA this year, taking a closer look at how cloud technologies can benefit WISPs and make their offerings more attractive and competitive.
Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) have traditionally relied on the use of Wi-Fi technologies that leverage unlicensed frequency ranges of 2.4 and 5 GHz, along with all of the legal limitations that come with them. Recently, however, additional connectivity options have been made available and much more affordable to WISPs. Among those options is the use of Long Term Evolution (LTE) solutions. In this article, we examine how WISPs can use LTE for their networks, which was a topic of particular interest at WISPAMERICA this year.
Over the years, Yealink has repeatedly redefined business communications and collaboration, introducing new and innovative solutions. Yealink has done this once again with the introduction of the UC Workstation, a truly revolutionary step in improving workspace and employee productivity.
Here we examine some of the most intriguing features of this new product that will help to get your business to the next level of productivity.
Dealing with pesky cords is a common frustration of conference phones. If you want to place the phone in the middle of a conference room, you either need an electrical outlet located in the middle of the floor, or you need to bring in an extension cord. And then you need to be careful not to trip over it!
That’s why we love the Snom C620 conference phone. It uses DECT 6.0 technology for a completely wireless conferencing experience. Even the detachable microphones are cordless, allowing for more effective collaboration without the frustration factor. In this article, we take a look at this robust and flexible conferencing device.
Many administrators resist implementing VoIP over Wi-Fi, often citing security and quality concerns. The truth is that if implemented correctly, voice can be safely and reliably deployed on a wireless network. This article examines some best practices for optimizing voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi).
Knowledge is power! That’s why at TeleDynamics, not only do we offer exceptional products and white-glove customer service, but we also share principles pertaining to telecommunications technology with you to help equip you to offer the highest-quality service possible to your customers. In this article we explain the fundamentals of Wi-Fi, so you can have an in-depth understanding of the different deployment scenarios and options.
Two years after Yealink launched its T5 series of smart media phones, Yealink has updated this series to deliver even more productivity-focused features that will aid all levels of middle to upper management and high call-volume users. We take a look at the new models in this article.
If you want to get your wireless network up and running quickly, and for a reasonable price, the TP-Link Omada solution is ideal. It provides both easy-to-install procedures and reliable, high-quality components for networks with anywhere from two to two hundred or more access points.