Which type of wireless network do you need?
A modern alternative to traditional wired networking, wireless communication technology has become a widely used model for deploying internet connectivity in homes, offices, and enterprises. Wireless technology offers huge benefits in terms of mobility and a large number of innovative technologies.
However, businesses may have a difficult time trying to decide what type of wireless connection is ideal for their use case. Here's a brief look into the common types of wireless networks available to use today.
Basic Types of wireless networks
- Point-to-Point - connections allow one device to directly communicate with exactly one other device. For example, two phones may pair with each other to exchange contact information or pictures.
- Broadcast/multicast - connections allow a device to send one message out to the network and have copies of that message delivered to multiple recipients
- Multipoint - connections allow one device to directly connect and deliver messages to multiple devices in parallel.
We offer wireless network installation services to companies near Doylestown, PA. Our team at TechBldrs can manage your wireless networking (WiFi) solutions, or our expert wireless networking consultants can help you work through any ongoing connectivity issues. Ensuring your business has a reliable WiFi installation has a payoff that lasts for years to come for your business, your clients, and your productivity.
We can help
There are different use case scenarios and different IT environments a business may have that can be a deciding factor in choosing what type of wireless network best works for you. To determine which, it is always best to have your current IT environment evaluated with the professional IT experts on our team prior to beginning.
TechBldrs specializes in providing IT consultancy services for the corporate world and the SMEs. For 20 years, we have worked with different clients across the country, particularly working with installing, configuring, and management of wireless networks.