To connect remote buildings, local and state governments typically use leased lines from telephone and cable companies. They face high costs to deploy these networks as the government does not own the telephone poles or have rights to use them.
Wireless networks are far less costly for local governments and incorporate a more reliable infrastructure. Equipment can be installed on existing assets, such as a city water tower or tall building. These networks come with a one-time capital expense, thus eliminating the need for ongoing leased line cost.
Options for Government:
- Connect to internet from anywhere using a robust indoor and outdoor wifi network
- Wireless infrastructure to connect remote buildings
- Custom solutions to solve ongoing networking issues