is wireless broadband Internet access so important?
Internet is exploding; the number of people and
businesses using it is rising at a record pace. New
applications such as video conferencing, streaming
video and dynamic web pages demand high-speed
broadband access. Increasingly, anyone connecting to
the Internet via slower telephone modem connections is
at a severe disadvantage in terms of fully utilizing
and enjoying what the Internet has to offer.
type of broadband products or services does Vianet provide?
offers clients fixed wireless "last
mile" access to the Internet and other high-speed
applications. While other telecommunications offerings
can provide high-speed connections or broadband
capacity, Vianet can deploy its access
solutions in areas that are inaccessible to
conventional wireline connections.
will benefit from wireless broadband access?
who does not have access to the conventional wireline
means of high-speed connectivity, e.g., digital
subscriber lines (DSL), cable modems and fiber optics,
will certainly benefit. Those in rural areas, older
cities with aged infrastructures, or where geographic
or economic conditions are delaying conventional
broadband access can get connected quickly and
efficiently with Vianet wireless broadband
access solutions. In areas already served by wireline
access, Vianet can provide a more
does wireless broadband differ from the dial-up
connection I use today?
help understand the difference between broadband
access and dial-up connections, we can relate them to
water pipes: if the dial-up connection is represented
by a small, half-inch garden hose, full broadband
access would be a twelve-foot water main at full
it take forever to download a web page when you surf
the net? Do some features on websites not work
properly or at all? Do some sites automatically
direct you to static, text-based pages? If you
answered yes to these questions, you are familiar
with the types of constraints imposed by
conventional dial-up connections. As the content
available over the Internet increases in complexity
and volume, slow connections will become even more
ineffective than they are now.
is wireless broadband access in demand in the Canada
Vianet products can be deployed in almost any
region, there is particularly strong demand in areas
inaccessible to conventional, high-speed wireline
connections like DSL and cable modems. These include
remote geographic areas, urban settings with aged
infrastructure and rural areas with low population