Wireless (WiFi) Networks

Wireless (WiFi) Internet access has become an integral part of the hospitality industry. Today's average traveler expects to be able to get Internet access when they are booking a motel room or marina slip, and will often look elsewhere if these amenities are not available in your establishment.

Information and Resources Become More Mobile
WiFi has also taken on a role of increased importance in the workplace by freeing employees from the confines of their desks and allowing them to access information and resources where and when they are needed.

WiFi Has A Lot Of Advantages
Wireless networks are easy to set up and relatively inexpensive when compared with the cost of running network cable. They're also unobtrusive -- unless you're on the lookout for a place to use your laptop, you may not even notice when you're in a hotspot.

Being able to connect to the Internet in public hotspots is extremely convenient. Wireless business networks are convenient as well. They allow you to easily connect multiple computers or devices and to move them from place to place without disconnecting and reconnecting wires.

Long-Range Wireless Connections
Long-range wireless network connections allow computers or even entirely separate network systems to connect across free space distances of over 5 miles "line of sight", and as much as 1 mile or more "near line of sight". High-speed wireless devices, amplifiers and specialized antennas open up a new range of options where none were practical, or even available before.