As the cost of running fiber or copper wires skyrockets, broadband wireless backhaul technologies have become a key element of cost-effective broadband wireless networks. Wireless backhaul refers to the use of high-performance point-to-point (also known as PTP) wireless links to extend connectivity between two locations, instead of using a costly wired connection. Common examples of wireless backhaul links include:
- Links between cell towers
- Wireless video surveillance backhaul
- Building-to-building campus connectivity
- Last-mile connectivity to rural areas
- Wireless PBX-to-PBX connectivity
Today, you have customers that are looking to incorporate wireless data access, wireless VoIP, and real-time video on the same wireless network. In order to support the high demands being placed on wireless networks – without the high cost of running wired links to each wireless access point or node – broadband wireless backhaul is the answer. With the ability to deliver Gigabit throughput (and more) over wireless links, wireless backhaul provides all the performance of wired links – all for a fraction of the cost.
So regardless of whether you are selling to enterprise customers looking to support data, voice and video on their corporate WLAN or service provider/telecommunication customers looking to link cellular towers for a fraction of the price of fiber – broadband wireless backhaul is the key.
At Moonblink, we carry a complete line of wireless backhaul products from the industry’s leading manufacturers, including Alvarion, AvaLAN, BridgeWave, Exalt, Motorola, and Proxim Wireless.
For more information on the wide variety of wireless backhaul solutions Moonblink offers, please click on the product category below. For consultation on which broadband wireless backhaul products are right for your customers’ needs, call one of our wireless experts at 1-877-623-5223 or 1-408-850-1143.