If you are running a small to medium sized company, you don’t need to be told about the importance of a stable fast and reliable internet connection. You known first hand that it is just as important as electricity or even a phone line. But exactly how can you guarantee that your Internet connection is always up and running?
Get a backup Internet connection
Many companies choose to install a secondary Internet connection that does not rely on the same cables and backbone as their primary business Internet connection. The technology of choice for a reliable backup or redundancy connection is usually a wireless Internet connection. The benefits of having a reliable wireless internet backup, to act as a substitute for the primary one reliable one cannot be overemphasized.
It’s just like having a backup generator except, this one is cheaper and well worth every dollar spent on it. While getting a second internet connection, you have to careful not to get one too similar to the first one so when there’s a problem with the first, it doesn’t affect the second. Fixed wireless Internet should be considered as a reliable alternative (with speeds up to 1Gbps) to the most popular business Internet option – fiber.
Fail safe high-speed Internet with built-in redundancy
Combining Fixed wireless internet and fiber optics is a very smart move – one that has been adopted by many businesses. Speed is an advantage, but leaving that aside, the fact that a business has both fiber optics and a fixed wireless internet ensures that you are always online. The different method of delivery ensures you are always online. What affects one will most probably not affect the other.
Fixed wireless is fast and easy to install
Unlike fiber optics that requires tremendous resources in terms of effort, capital and time, fixed wireless internet can be installed at a much lower cost and is available virtually anywhere. A fixed wireless connection is as simple as installing a dish to the roof of your building. It’s faster, easier and cheaper compared to the fiber optics where you have to dig up streets to install them.