Wireless Network Solutions
Stay connected while moving throughout your worksite. Access up-to-the-minute communications and all documents and apps on the network, anywhere, anytime.
3G AND 4G FEMTOCELLS
Femtocells deliver a world class radio access network (RAN), with range of 2G, 3G, 4G small cells connected to virtualized access controller/gateways to ensure cost efficient delivery of high performance services to end subscribers, where ever they happen to be located. It improves cellular coverage, creates high security private networks, and to enable effective data monetization and creation of new revenue streams.
With the growing demand for faster throughput, the latest and cost-effective access point allows to meet these demands and deliver a future-proof solution for all your wireless access requirements. It has a cloud-based platform for WiFi network that has advanced capabilities that can match even the on premise controllers of other vendors. It utilizes the latest iteration of WiFi technology.
NETWORK IN A BOX
Network in a Box provides a rapidly deployable, high-speed, and 3G and 4G/LTE communications network to support operations. Addressing mobile environment installations for land, air, sea, and on foot and unmanned systems, it can network together, providing mesh communications, thus expanding the footprint coverage of the system. As a standalone network, it can provide network coverage in rural and remote areas without any existing infrastructure.
TV WHITE SPACE RADIOS
TV White Space has a huge advantage for applications such as long-range cellular and communication, rural data communication, video surveillance, and secured private networks. It can reach a range up to 10 km or beyond and penetrate through walls and thick foliage. It can be utilized for the backhauling of WiFi, in PTP and mesh-type wireless network connectivity, and to form the backbone network for IoT devices.
OPEN RADIO ACCESS NETWORKS (O-RAN)
Open radio access networks (O-RAN)is an emerging form of virtualized network architecture built on general-purpose, commercial off-the-shelf hardware. The architecture allows for a combination of different hardware and software and can be simply integrated and upgraded via software. The result is cheaper equipment that can be scaled, upgraded or changed much more easily.