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Wired & Wireless Communications

Wired & Wireless Communications


Wired & Wireless Communications

Our solutions have been deployed by many organisations to provide Ethernet extensions

In their simplest form, our solutions have been deployed by many organisations to provide Ethernet extensions (i.e. LAN-to-LAN) via an affordable, dedicated, point-to-point connection operating at bandwidths of 10, 100 and 1000Mbps, between two locations.

In their most advanced configurations, our solutions are able to provide a complete infrastructure that enable organisations of all sizes to connect all of their remote sites to the headquarters or even with each other (i.e. ‘any to any’ connections), thereby allowing the simultaneous transmission of multi-protocol, voice, video, and data across the network.

Furthermore, our Solutions are categorised for:

  • Carriers and Mobile Operators
  • Wireless Internet Service Providers
  • Enterprise and Corporate Networks
  • Video Surveillance and Traffic Management
  • Energy & Natural Resources


Wireless LANs offer some significant benefits over traditional LANs, including mobility and cost savings. Wireless LAN infrastructures are quickly installed without any changes to a building, they are flexible, expandable and always offer a high level of mobility and convenience for the growing number of wireless devices.

The growth of wireless LANs are being driven by the need to lower the costs associated with network infrastructures and to support mobile networking applications that offer gains in process efficiency, accuracy, and lower business costs.


Our solutions regarding outdoor wireless systems are ideally suited for creating large city-wide or regional transport networks, and have been deployed many times around the world in campus-style topologies or for the connectivity of distant company branches or warehouses. These types of solutions are ideal for multi-site companies and organisations that are looking to improve efficiency and save costs by replacing legacy networking technologies or by moving away from traditional leased lines from their local operators.