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If you need to extend your computer network into a remote locale where cabling is impractical or prohibitively expensive, you need a wireless point-to-point bridge. A point-to-point bridge is an elegant, economical solution to the thorny challenge of getting all your employees’ computers on your organization’s network no matter how far-flung they may be from the […]Read more →
When the issue of safety comes up, most cyclists think about helmets; they don’t always consider the possibility of crime along an isolated park path. The Los Angeles River biking and walking path extends for miles through the L.A. area, and the path is not immune to crime. Its just one example of where remote call […]Read more →
Hiring happens on a mind-boggling scale at this time of year. Retailers will add up to 780,000 seasonal workers to handle the crush of holiday consumers. Many will have little experience, limited product knowledge, and no familiarity with store operations. How will they get answers? Through a two-way radio. Radios are being used in an […]Read more →
The mining industry has turned to wireless mesh networks to solve some age-old communication problems and in the process addressed significant issues related to productivity and safety. While it’s easy to picture miners marching down a dark mine shaft, swinging picks and hoping the walls remain steady for another day, this image isn’t an accurate […]Read more →