Commercial Wifi
Get the connection you need

The key to designing any network is knowing
what are you designing it for:

Do you need to handle voice applications on various devices or improve the signal distribution? Are you providing a free visitor or public wifi? We can also help you avoid data swamp by a device and provide network access rather than cable.

Our network designers will assess your existing network and through put capacity. We then assess the design requirements, capacity, and resilience required before we design the network.
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Coverage

We can map the signal and see where the blind spots are. In smaller buildings it is possible to use certain routers to manage access point extensions. 

We make sure these access points are wired separately rather than daisy chain back to the central switch through repeaters. In larger buildings and multi floor a local controller would be required.

Serarate Network

With voice or other specific application solutions there can be a requirement to separate the network. 

Enables reliable VoIP deployment over a WiFi network. This is done at a switch level. We recommend using a local controller to manage this process. Although in smaller buildings it can be done at the router level.

Multiple Seperate Wi-Fi Networks 

By using local controllers we can create a series of wifi networks that don’t clash, giving each application that runs on these networks an amount of guaranteed bandwidth.

Mesh of Access Points

Single or multiple access points. Manage the traffic per access point, and the handoff from one access point to another – this can also limit the amount of data a particular device consumes.

Multiple Sites

A centralised management platform can bring many wifi sites together into a centralised system, with common passwords, blacklisting capabilities etc.

Existing Network

Whatever your requirements we can advise on your wifi network and how we can integrate it with your existing infrastructure.

Small shop scenario:

800 sq ft (option for chain ten stores). They only used the internet for the cash machines. The building did not have much cabling.

Solution 1:

A single access point was deployed and set up for voice. This separated the voice from the small amounts of data that were used. Staff just used an an on their mobile for voice calls. Resilience on for the router was supplied by a SIM card in the router so that they were always able to work the cash machines.

Solution 2 (Chain stores):

All of the wifi access points were controlled by a central controller via a web portal. This allowed the stores to update common passwords and rate limit traffic on each network. It also allowed them to check what devices were using the traffic to make sure the staff weren’t using the network for personal use.

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