Educators and the local governments that support them work to provide the best possible learning environments for students in their district. Without easy access to the internet, both students and teachers are limited to outdated and inefficient forms of instruction. Winncom is working to help remove traditional (and physical) barriers to online learning by providing highly efficient and cost-effective wireless broadband solutions that are tailored to the unique needs of educational institutions, both large and small. Our goal is to help you modernize and future-proof your network at a fraction of the cost of traditional wired networks.
Utilizing the latest developments in infrastructure design, Winncom provides safe, secure, and robust high-speed internet solutions for our nation's schools and universities without the need for costly and extensive cable pulling. Both urban and rural school districts can greatly benefit from a wireless network, as the cost of trenching fiber can easily run into the millions. Inexpensive multipoint networks or standard Wi-Fi technology will provide broadband access to schools, universities, and even surrounding communities. Partner with Winncom now and see the lightning-fast return on investment (ROI).
BridgeWave Point-to-Point Solution for Education.
BridgeWave Communications produces ultra low cost gigabit speed wireless solutions from design to manufacturing, enabled by BridgeWave developed transceiver and modem technologies. BridgeWave solutions utilize high-frequency radio spectrum in the 60-90 GHz range, now being allocated by the FCC, enabling multi-gigabit per second wireless connectivity.
Cambium Networks - Campus Area Network Multi-Gigabit Wireless Connectivity
Campus area networks need reliable, high-speed connectivity. Coupled with the Free design and installation toolset, the value and lowest total cost of ownership for a technology partner like Cambium Networks appears into clear view.
Cambium Networks - Wi-Fi 6E: Extend High Efficiency Into a New Frequency
In April 2020, the US FCC voted to allow unlicensed wireless LANs to operate in the 6 GHz band, covering frequencies from 5925 MHz to 7125 MHz. Other regulatory domains have since announced their own plans or intention to adopt rules for their particular country or region. The resulting 1200 MHz is over double the best-case scenario for wireless LAN networks in the past 25 years.