WiFi for Schools
A wireless network gives easy and instant network access. However, to provide a multi-point wireless network that gives reliable bandwidth across a school campus requires a thorough site survey and design by a specialist. Without these, the experience of a poor wireless network could be, “It can't cope when everyone logs on at once", "It responds too slowly" and "There are areas of the school where the Wi-Fi drops out".
As a true wireless network specialist, endorsed by Fortinet, Cisco, Ruckus, and HP, we have a team dedicated to making this technology work transparently. Each of the manufacturers systems has its own merits that excel in different situations. Lynx Networks will survey, design, install and support the most appropriate solution whatever the application. We can use our extensive experience in network design to help you leverage the most from your switched network as part of the process too.
From our Milton Keynes headquarters, we have installed wireless networks in schools across the UK.
Many issues surface when considering a wireless network but our experience can guide you through these to ensure the solution offered meets your requirements.
Questions our technicians are often asked include:
- How many access points are required to give me full coverage?
- Can it cope with several classes of pupils logging on at the same time?
- What network speed will the users get?
- Can wireless replace my wired connections?
- How can I secure my network when using wireless technology?
- Would 802.11n or the latest 802.11ac standard be the best solution?
- What wireless system would give me the fastest throughput?
- Will the network support my wireless phones?
- Can I use my existing switched network with a new wireless solution?
All of these questions and more can be answered as a result of an in-depth wireless survey by Lynx Networks. You may even qualify for a free site survey.
Please contact us 01908 633833 or use the form below if you'd like a quotation, some technical advice, or just an introductory chat.