Whether your business is in a rural location, or you need a redundant failover solution to your existing internet service, Fusion Connect has you covered. Wireless internet services deliver a range of speeds to your business anywhere in the United States. Flexible, fast to deploy, with speeds up to 10 Gbps using Wireless Broadband, Fixed Wireless, and Satellite solutions.
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Wireless Broadband delivers high-speed Internet service through a wireless local area network (WLAN) or wide area network (WAN). The fully managed and secure service requires minimal equipment and wiring. Fusion Connect provides all the necessary equipment with your Wireless Broadband service for a combined solution with Managed WiFi service.
Full managed and secure, Wireless Broadband delivers high-speed wireless Internet service to any location in the United States. Fusion Connect provides all the necessary equipment with Wireless Broadband service. When it is part of a failover solution, Fusion Connect manages and monitors the network for optimal performance.
There are six reasons why businesses elect to implement a wireless broadband solution.
Fixed Wireless is a reliable alternative to cable and can be a good solution for companies in rural areas. It is also used widely in metropolitan areas by organizations looking either scale their dedicated network between sites or needing a managed failover solution. Fusion Connect offers internet access over fixed wireless microwave technology for 500+ fixed wireless providers in 50 states.
Fixed Wireless is the operation of wireless devices to connect two fixed locations with a radio or other wireless link. It’s point-to-point “line of sight.” Fixed Wireless is the equivalent of a T1 connection for accessing the internet or to transfer data between two locations. A Fixed Wireless solution is often a cost-effective alternative to leasing fiber or installing cables between buildings. Businesses use Fixed Wireless as transport bandwidth or dedicated Internet access. Bandwidth speeds reach 10x10 Gbps.
Radio frequencies range from 900 mhz to 80 ghz using licensed, light licensed and unlicensed bands. Fixed Wireless customers work with property owners, and abide by zoning and municipal ordinances, to get approval before installation can begin.
While many organizations only consider a fixed wireless solution when no physical wired network is available, there are several good reasons to look at fixed wireless. One reason is that companies may have a wired, but unreliable connection. Another is that the physical wired connection only provides limited bandwidth. Fixed Wireless is also a contender as a redundant or managed failover solution to existing internet service.
Satellite Internet is a great option for businesses in rural areas where traditional wired internet is unavailable or use satellite as a backup to an existing circuit. Fusion Connect offers unlimited usage plans to meet your internet performance and speed requirements. Plans include hardware.
Satellite internet service is internet access through communications satellites. Performance and satellite internet speeds depend on latency, interference, and line of sight. Since satellite communications are affected by moisture (rain or snow interference), a clear line of sight between the dish and the satellite is typically required for optimal performance. Under perfect conditions, this accounts for approximately 550 milliseconds of latency round-trip time.
Satellite Internet generally relies on three primary components:
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