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4G Wireless

Increase Efficiency with Wireless Solutions Today

Wireless solutions are systems that enable you to seamlessly connect your network without being impeded by the limitations of physical cabling. But why switch to wireless solutions when your legacy system a.k.a. traditionally connected network, is doing just fine? This is because wireless solutions can help to increase efficiency of your business in five (5) different ways: 1. Faster and Simpler Installations Wireless solutions are usually faster to install and easier to set up compared to physical cabling, whether it is within an office’s physical infrastructure or on hardware (desktops, laptops). For example, Apple laptops may not have ports to insert an Ethernet cable, but with wireless networks, you don’t have to worry about this. It is also much safer for employees in a small office to work with a wireless network system as it reduces the number of cables lying around – smaller offices mean less space, so it is much more likely for employees to trip over any exposed cables. 2. Increase Mobility at Work Wireless solutions allow your employees to be able to access information and work from anywhere in your office space instead of being confined to a desk. This encourages teamwork as employees can get

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How 5G & SD-WAN Makes Branch Connectivity More Powerful

Things have changed a lot since the first generation of mobile technology. Globally, 5G is becoming widely available, with Malaysia moving towards that direction. As the fifth generation of cellular networks, 5G is up to 100 times faster than 4G, with a lower latency equivalent to fixed-lines, therefore, 5G will be able to create never-before-seen opportunities for people and businesses. One such opportunity is in Software-Defined Wide-Area-Network (SD-WAN) for businesses. SD-WAN is fast becoming a staple in organisations as it enables them to intelligently steer traffic over multiple WAN links including cellular public networks. This allows enterprises to have more options to connect their WAN and route their transactions to the cloud or central servers thus improving their network performance with higher bandwidth and lower costs. Many organizations already use 4G LTE at branch locations (e.g., retail stores and restaurants) but with limited appliactions due to lower bandwidth and slow latency. With 5G, real-world speeds can now go over 100 MB and latency dropping to below 1 milliseconds as compared to over 50 milliseconds with 4G. 5G radio deployments are also expected to drive bandwidth capabilities well beyond 1 GB over the next few years. This will provide plenty of

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