Design and Troubleshooting

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Design and Troubleshooting


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Wired Networks

Wired and Wireless


Why use a wired network?

  • Wired networks are faster than wireless networks, which is especially important for transmission of large amounts of data.
  • It is harder to access a wired network without authorization, so your data is more secure.
  • Network speeds are typically unaffected by environmental factors such as other wireless networks, overhead wires, and transformers or other sources of electromagnetic interference, which translates to increased reliability for your day-to-day operations.
  • Wired networks can cover a large area and remain unaffected by walls and floors; once computers are plugged in, they are easy to connect.
  • An uninterrupted data flow means you can focus on all the other important aspects of your business.
  • CAT5e: Cat5e is a specification designed for data networks that supports general business applications such as file transmission, web browsing, and VoIP. In most cases, it will also support video conferencing. Cat5e can deliver high-speed data transmission such as Gigabit Ethernet at a bandwidth of 100Mhz.
  • CAT6: Cat6 is a specification designed for use in next-generation data communications networks and will comfortably support all present applications including Gigabit Ethernet up to 250Mhz. This data network is suitable for high-bandwidth applications that require an increased data throughput such as video conferencing, data hosting, CAD, photo & video editing, and working in real-time with large files.
  • CAT7: CAT7 is a specification designed for use in backbone communications networks and is capable of 10-gigabit data transfer up to 100 metres at 550Mhz. This specification is not commonly used and is a higher-priced option to deploy, test, and certify.
  • Fibre Optics: Freebird Solutions has partnered with fibre-optic specialists to provide a single point of contact for all your physical cabling needs. Our team of partners provides fibre-optics cabling and termination expertise. Fibre Optic services include installation, termination, and splicing, and all work is inspected and certified with the latest testing equipment.

Wireless Networks

Wired and Wireless

Why choose a wireless network?

    • Location Flexibility: Your staff can be located at any desk or meeting rooming the space, they are free to move around the office, and hold meetings anywhere while still accessing the network.
    • Productivity: When you have staff working both remotely and in-house, they can use their own device to connect to the network, saving you hardware costs and allowing them to carry their projects with them and work more efficiently.
    • Responsiveness: When staff has untethered access to network resources, they can respond easily to internal and external service requests wherever they are in the office or warehouse. With a wireless network, you can also keep up-to-the-minute inventory records in large warehouses, which can be more difficult to set up with a wired network.
    • Scalability: Our wireless network design includes the ability to grow to an unlimited number of access points that are connected to the central network or implemented in a mesh design. Freebird Solutions will help deliver a wireless network that will match your size and specific needs.
    • Portability: When staff work both remotely and in-house, they can use their own device to connect to the network, reducing your hardware costs and allowing them to carry their projects with them and work more efficiently.
    • Guest Access: With a wireless network, you can offer public Wi-Fi or guest access to your network when you host meetings in your office. Ask us about our branded social media-driven hotspot solution for your guest network.
  • Wireless Networks have become ubiquitous in homes and offices.  As we all know, not all wireless networks perform as expected when we need them to, which is where the experts at Freebird Solutions come in. We have been designing, deploying, and troubleshooting wireless networks for clients of all sizes since 2002.There are many different types of wireless networks that serve a wide variety of purposes. The two types of wireless networks that are important to our clients are WLANs (or Wi-Fi) and Point-to-Point (PTP) or Point-to-Multi-Point (PTMP) networks.WLANS, commonly referred to as Wi-Fi, allow end users and their devices such as laptops, phones, and computers to access the Internet and other network resources such as printers or speakers over a local-area wireless network. WLANS are common in homes, offices, schools, and public businesses like retail stores and restaurants. Knowing how to install, secure, and maintain a large WLAN network can be complicated for end users and network administrators alike, but with the help of our expert team, you can allow users to easily roam in large facilities or across campus while staying connected.When Freebird Solutions builds a wireless network, we implement a centralized cloud-accessible controller that grants valuable insight into how the network is used as well as when and by whom. This information helps IT administrators and business owners work together with Freebird Solutions to fine-tune the network for maximum performance and security. Using the cloud controller, we can react quickly to changing landscapes and conditions. The controller also provides 24/7 monitoring, reporting and upgrades to access-point software.