Wireless

A Wireless local area network (LAN) uses radio waves to connect devices to the internet, to business networks and its applications.
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St. Vrain Valley School District and Cisco: Connecting students and devices

Wireless devices play an important role in helping students learn. See how St. Vrain Valley School District deployed the Cisco DNA Service for Bonjour across the entire district. To learn more, visit http://cs.co/nr0410b.
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Convenience and Mobility

Access your network resources from any location within your Wireless network's coverage area or from any WiFi hotspot. You're no longer tied to your desk, as you were with a wired connection. You and your employees can go online in conference meeting rooms.

Brands that offer Wireless Solutions

Discover the various Brands and the relationship we have with them to better understand the solutions we can provide together.

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Easy and Expandable Set-up

Since there is no need to string cables, installation can be quick and cost-effective. Wireless networks can be expanded with existing equipment, while a wired network might require additional wiring.
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Wireless Products

Browse our product catalogue to explore more Wireless Products

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Productivity, Security and Cost-efficiency

Wireless access to the Internet and to your company's key applications and resources helps your staff get the job done faster and encourages collaboration. Advances in Wireless networks provide robust security protections. It eliminates or reduces wiring costs, making it cost less to operate than wired networks.

Managed and Unmanaged

In case of multiple access points (routers), there are two types of Wireless Connections. When these access points are not linked in any way, they are called Unmanaged WiFi. Managed WiFi intelligently moves your device's connection to the access point with the strongest signal in your location.
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