Wireless Connectivity

We provide safe and controlled wireless connectivity aimed at improving business productivity.

What is it?

Wireless connectivity is the design, configuration, installation and maintenance of all the physical elements necessary to connect the information generator-transceiver devices (PCs, servers, printers, scanners, cameras and detectors etc.) between themselves and with the applications necessary for business, without the use of physical connectivity cables or supports. The connection is wireless.

What part do we play?

To establish the communication between all the devices used to receive, manage, create and transmit information, whether to other business colleagues, customers or suppliers etc., which need to connect to each other and to the management or control applications that reside in servers, found physically in our network or elsewhere in the world.

Ever more, these devices have inherent wireless connectivity, and there is a clear, growing tendency for users to use this type of connection over the traditional cable.

We provide this type of connectivity through wireless networks (WLAN) also called Wi-Fi networks, due to the Wi-Fi Alliance certification given to equipment that meets the standards.


  • Wireless connectivity
  • Cost savings
  • Mobility
  • Ubiquity
  • Security
  • Guest Access
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    A system of devices (access points, controllers, etc.) that allow the customers’ devices to connect to networks without the need for cables, in short-range environments (offices, entertainment venues, restaurants, etc.). Also called Wireless LAN (WLAN). The connection is made via normalised and standardised radio waves.
    Point-to-point and Point-to-MultiPoint RF Solutions for outdoors:
    When radio links are used to interconnect two distant points, or a central point to multiple secondary points, point-to-point or point-to-multipoint networks are used. Although the same technology as Wi-Fi networks is used, the communication protocol is more robust. These solutions generally replace permanent links of cables which are difficult to install or maintain. For example, to cross rivers or highways or maintain a link rental between two buildings with direct vision.
    Point-to-point and point-to-multipoint laser solutions for outdoors:
    These solutions are similar to those mentioned previously, but they use light waves (laser) rather than radio waves. This allows for greater link capacity, but in turn it places greater restriction on link alignment.

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