Wireless Infrastructure — The Heart of Your Business
Whether you have a single office or a worldwide network, TPI can design the wireless infrastructure to meet your needs. Partnering with TPI, you can be confident that your wireless infrastructure will have the performance and reliability you need to keep your mobile employees connected and productive, the security you need to protect your data and devices; and the scalability to meet your network demands today — and tomorrow.
Questions To Think About:
- What is your building made of?
- What type of bandwidth in the overall plan will be required?
- What are your power requirements?
- How many network users, printers, servers will the network need to support? Be sure to include anticipated growth.
- Will the company be adding new users to an existing location? Plans for a remote office? Possible mergers, acquisitions?
- How do you currently connect to the Internet? Does the ISP or the company own the equipment?
- What applications does the network need to operate? Be sure to identify requirements for voice and video applications.
- How many devices are currently on the network? How are they laid out?
- Is cabling running all over the floor, hidden in walls or threaded thru the ceiling?
- What new services will be required now? In the future?
- Do you have a firewall in place?
- How big is the area your network must cover?
- What is the real cost of downtime to your company?
The TPI Difference
We begin with initial consultation to our clients to determine which technologies offer the best overall fit into your enterprise, and then advise on your options for specific brands of equipment, deployment plans and system management techniques. We are very experienced in configuration and commissioning of solutions from Cisco and Zebra Technologies (formally Motorola) — the two market leaders.
IT professionals rely on our expertise when selecting wireless LAN technologies . The myriad of available options can create confusion. For example, traditional RF access points (referred to as “autonomous”) may be the best option for some sites while a controller/switch-based infrastructure might offer significant advantages for the enterprise. Wireless security capabilities, including encryption, authentication, and wireless intrusion protection, are also key elements of determining which infrastructure is a best fit.
Bottom Line: TPI has the experience and expertise to provide the most flexible and cost-efficient wireless network design for your business.