Wi-Fi is a crucial part of any business . The increase in mobility has transformed IT infrastructure , Employees now carry multiple devices , portability is crucial for any business Fast and reliable internet connection is the platform on which any business carries out their day to day operations. We understand how vital it is that you get the right solution and installation for your space and operational requirements.

Wireless Coverage Vs Capacity

Many people confuse coverage with capacity . The coverage of a wireless network tells us how far your wireless signal transmits . just because they have full bars on their portable devices does not mean their internet would be fast or that they can download a large file  . Wireless Capacity relates to the number of users who can use your wireless simultaneously in one place and how they are using the bandwidth

If your network does not meet capacity in peak locations the result is unusable Wi-Fi and disconnected clients

To save costs some small companies use equipment for home use . These devices cannot handle the capacity required for  a business , access points are required

Why Access Points Are Better for Businesses

While range extenders are great for home Wi-Fi networks, they’re not efficient for modern businesses. This is because they can only support a limited number of devices at one time, usually no more than 20. While range extenders do increase the coverage of a Wi-Fi router, they do not increase its available bandwidth. Depending on the number of devices you have connected simultaneously, a range extender could end up weighing down your connection.

Access points, on the other hand, can handle over 60 simultaneous connections each. By installing access points throughout the office, users can roam freely from room to room without experiencing network interruptions. As they move through the building, their devices shift seamlessly from one access point to the next without dropping the connection—they won’t even realize they’re switching between networks.

Advantages of Using Wireless Access Points

When you have both employees and guests connecting with desktops, laptops, mobile phones, and tablets, 20 devices on a wireless network adds up quickly. At 60 simultaneous connections each, access points give you the freedom to scale the number of devices supported on your network. But that’s only one of the advantages of using these network enhancers—consider these points:

Business-grade access points can be installed anywhere you can run an Ethernet cable. Newer models are also compatible with Power over Ethernet Plus, or PoE+ (a combination Ethernet and power cord), so there is no need to run a separate power line or install an outlet near the access point.

Additional standard features include Captive Portal and Access Control List (ACL) support, so you can limit guest access without compromising network security, as well as easily manage users within your Wi-Fi network.

Select access points include a Clustering feature—a single point from which the IT administrator can view, deploy, configure, and secure a Wi-Fi network as a single entity rather than a series of separate access point configurations.