Wireless LAN Solutions and Services
Enterprise Wireless LAN Solutions
In today’s new wireless world, the value of wireless LAN solutions is multiplied when systems work together seamlessly and are trusted to be reliable, available and secure. This integration allows users to communicate with each other and share real-time information regardless of where they are and what wireless devices they are using. Holistic and efficient wireless network management, troubleshooting and security allow the network to run smoothly and to always be there when and where users need it. With American Barcode and RFID's approach to wireless solutions, organizations can move with greater confidence and speed enabled by trusted wireless infrastructure, integrated voice and data systems, and uncompromising network security.
Wireless LAN Infrastructure
American Barcode and RFID carries a complete line of wireless network equipment including switches, access points, access ports, accessories and management software. But, choosing the right equipment and layout for a wireless broadband network varies for every organization. Having AB&R perform a wireless site survey removes the guess work and ensures that your network performs as expected.
Enterprise Voice Over Wireless LAN
Put a complete mobile office in the hands of your on-the-move workers with American Barcode and RFID's enterprise voice solution. This integrated mobile voice and data solution turns the desk phone and desktop into a pocketable virtual office that allows on-the-move employees anywhere in the enterprise to take whatever action is required, wherever they happen to be on the enterprise campus, improving productivity and responsiveness. The VoWLAN solution is part of a comprehensive portfolio of communication solutions designed to meet the needs of all different work groups — from the corner office to the shop floor, loading dock and on the road.
Wireless LAN Security
Wireless technology is exploding in popularity. Businesses are not only migrating to wireless networking, they are steadily integrating wireless technology and associated components into their wired infrastructure. The demand for wireless access to LANs is fueled by the growth of mobile computing devices, such as laptops and personal digital assistants, and a desire by users for continual connections to the network without having to “plug in.”