Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)

Current solutions cannot cope with the digital demands on usage and bandwidth required by newer applications, increase need for coverage, agility to manage peaks, changes, and flexibility to add and expand.

Redefine your enterprise goals and how they are achieved with Wireless Local-Area Network (WLAN), whatever your sector. Allow work to happen anywhere, as wireless networks also increase productivity and provide convenience.

At a glance...

Eliminate the added costs of cabling and enable your business with the flexibility and reach that it requires


Extended Reach

WLANs enable computing to happen anywhere, even when carrying high data loads and advanced web applications.

Device Flexibility

A WLAN supports use of a wide range of devices, such as computers, phones, tablets, and IoT devices.

Easier Installation and Management

A WLAN requires less physical equipment than a wired network, which saves money, reduces installation time, and takes up less of a footprint.


A WLAN is easy to scale. Adding users is as simple as assigning login credentials.

Network Management

Nearly all management of a WLAN can be handled virtually. A single software interface can provide visibility, manage users, monitor network health, and collect data.

How it works

Transmitting Data

WLAN transmits information in data packets over radio and infrared wave transmission to pass data from one point to another without the use of cables. The data packets contain layers with labels and instructions with unique MAC (Media Access Control) addresses to enable endpoint locations to be connected.


A WLAN can be configured in one of two ways: 

  • Infrastructure – Your office WiFi is a simple example of a WLAN set up in infrastructure mode. All of the endpoints such as computers and printers are all connected and communicate with each other through a base station, which may also provide internet access.
  • Ad hoc – Here a base station is not required in the setup, the WLAN connects all the endpoints, WiFi Direct technology and only requires two or more endpoints to have built-in radio transmission, such as computers or mobile devices. 

Safe and Secure

A WLAN can be more vulnerable compared to a wired network, this is because to access a WLAN you must simply be within range of the network. 

We ensure your network is safe and secure from any threats, by the use of encryption, including Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and WiFi Protected Access (WPA), with WPA2 as the standard authentication method.

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