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Wi-Fi Networks

  • Indoor Networks

  • Outdoor Networks

  • Long Range Devices - for those hard to reach places


KB-24 will design and configure a wireless network across your business premises. Every computer, printer, scanner, or any other hardware device can be looped in to connect to your wireless network, and this is an entirely scalable infrastructure. Whether your business grows or shrinks, your wireless network will be there as the backbone of your operations, ready to support your technology needs.  

This process begins with designing your Wi-Fi installation, which can be done in several ways, depending on the size of the area to be covered and the number of users that need to connect to the network. A successful Wi-Fi installation will take into account factors such as: 

  • The type of building (e.g., office block, warehouse, or standalone premises) 

  • The number of wireless devices that need to connect 

  • The level of usage (e.g., light, moderate, or heavy) 

  • Your budget 

  • Any potential obstacles to the Wi-Fi signal (e.g., thick walls or metal reinforcement)

All of these considerations will ensure your Wi-Fi design will support your business and deliver results for your clients and customers. You’ll also improve customer service by responding to queries quickly without any lags to hold up your tasks. Your finished Wi-Fi installation also has the potential to provide Wi-Fi access for guests and business partners as an added convenience. 


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What are the benefits of a wireless network?

Wireless internet is one of the best decisions you can make to future-proof your company and keep up with the changing pace of technology. Is it an investment? Yes. While a wifi installation will require an upfront cost, it’s also a highly cost-effective option that will increase productivity and shave money off other business expenses. 

There are plenty of reasons to opt for wireless internet, especially in a commercial setting. Some of the key benefits include: 

  • Increased mobility – users can access the internet from anywhere within range of the router’s signal. 

  • Reduced clutter – there’s no need for messy Ethernet cables. 

  • Easy to scale – adding extra users is straightforward as the needs of your business change. Equally, if you need to downsize as more of your employees switch to remote working, this is just as straightforward. 

  • Excellent connectivity – Staff won’t lose connection when they switch to roaming 

  • Enhanced collaboration – your team members will all have excellent access to documents, emails, and other shared resources 

  • Cost-effective – you’ll only pay for what you need.  

  • Improved health and safety – fewer wires will be trip hazards in your workplace. 

  • Highly flexible – if you’re happy with your current wired network, you can add a wireless infrastructure as an add-on service for visiting guests or customers. 


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