In the computing world, the term “wireless” can be rather ambiguous, since it may refer to several different wireless technologies. The two most common types of wireless capabilities computers have, are Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Wi-Fi is the technology used for wireless networking. Bluetooth is for “personal area networks,” which are short range. More and more computer users are taking advantage of 3G and 4G cellular to remain connected while out of the office. Additionally, 4G can be used as a second connection to the Internet, allowing operations to continue when the primary is unavailable.

A wireless access point (WAP) is a hardware device on the local area network (LAN) that allows wireless-capable devices to connect using Wi-Fi.

Our technicians can perform site surveys to determine the best placement for wireless access points as well as position and install 4G antennas for cellular systems.

Our team of engineers works with you to create the best solution to meet your facility and budgetary requirements and will help ensure a positive return on your IT investment.

IP & Wireless

The IP network has become much more than just a data communication utility. Today’s IP network must be able to handle the ever-growing demands of not only data, but voice communications, and video for surveillance, conferencing, building automation and security. ABT supports these current technologies, as well as provides for the future.  Our company versed in all aspects of network implementation. ABT’s team includes Cisco certified VoIP engineers and certified wireless technicians to bring together all aspects of your network platform.