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There is little question that wireless has changed the way the world communicates. The mobility enabled by wireless can improve productivity, employee and customer satisfaction, responsiveness, network reliability and cost reduction efforts.   When it comes to gaining the most benefit from wireless, expertise that can come only from experience is crucial to your success.  At Azure Solutions, our specialty is wireless networking solutions, and we’ve been doing it longer than anyone else. We have seen wireless evolve and been there every step of the way as our clients have increasingly benefited from the advantages of untethered connectivity.
Today, organizations worldwide are enhancing the mobility and productivity of their staffs with wireless networking throughout their corporate facilities. Wireless networking solutions provide unparalleled flexibility for fast-changing organizations - enabling them to easily redeploy or expand their workforce and facilities without the substantial delays and expense of installing cable. Supporting voice, data and real time location services, wireless LANs provide instant, effortless connections for desktops, laptops and handheld devices wherever working professionals need access to online information and applications - throughout corporate offices and production facilities, medical centers, universities and government entities. Azure specializes in the design and implementation of application-driven wireless LANs that will meet its client's organizational requirements well into the future. Azure also has significant experience in specialized WLAN design and WLAN re-engineering and troubleshooting. Most early adapter wireless LAN designs typically were driven by the need to provide coverage, rather than capacity. Today's wireless LAN deployment is driven more and more by the business requirement to enable an application for mobility, and Azure's proven methodology for understanding the impact of applications, client density and client traffic patterns ensures that the network will provide robust support for current and future applications.
Enterprises and organizations with multiple locations have benefited from the fixed wireless bridging solutions provided by the team at Azure Solutions. These clients have reduced operating expenses, realized rapid ROI, recognized operational gains and satisfied requirements for back-up and redundancy. Now, with throughputs of up to 8 Gbps with a single antenna, fixed wireless solutions are capable of meeting the requirements of  enterprises with the most demanding bandwidth requirements. From connecting medical office buildings with hospitals to providing a university with a connection to an off-campus laboratory to connecting multiple manufacturing facilities to enabling connectivity with remote sites, fixed wireless solutions provide compelling benefits that include: Elimination of leased circuits, reduce operating expenses Provide back-up or redundant network connections Ability to rapidly deploy Sharing of a single leased circuit among multiple buildings Cost-effective portable and temporary connectivity No compromise to network performance, security or reliability
Mesh networks are based on intelligent wireless routing technology incorporating a self- organizing, self-healing and self-configuring architecture. Once deployed, mesh networks dynamically respond to varying use conditions, providing  optimal route selection in the event of failures and environmental changes In a wireless mesh network, each node need only transmit as far as the next node. Nodes act as repeaters to transmit data from nearby nodes to peers that are too far away to reach, resulting in a network that can span large distances, especially over rough or difficult terrain. Mesh networks are also extremely reliable, as each node is connected to several other nodes. If one node drops out of the network, due to hardware failure or any other reason, its neighbors simply find another route.  Extra capacity can be gained by simply adding more nodes or points of entry to the wired network infrastructure.
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