Temporary WiFi for stadiums, sports events, carnivals, and commercial exhibitions is becoming a necessity as the world continues to rely on technology for communication and entertainment. In today’s connected world, people expect to have access to the internet at all times, and temporary WiFi is the solution for providing this service in large public spaces.
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EZELINK Introduces AX2800 WiFi 6 Outdoor Access Point
AX2800 Outdoor WiFi 6 Access point offers faster speeds, better coverage, and enhanced security compared to previous Wi-Fi generations. The access point is designed to handle the unique challenges of outdoor environments, such as stadiums, parks, and other public spaces.
High-quality Wi-Fi is the basis of modern hospitality and the engine of business
High-speed Wi-Fi is one of the foundations of hotel hospitality. When going on a trip and choosing a hotel, each of us takes into account the availability of Wi-Fi. Timely receipt of the necessary or desirable information is an extremely important category, and the fact that a modern hotel should have Internet access via Wi-Fi as an asset of its services is out of the question, and its absence may well become a reason for refusing accommodation. At the same time, it does not matter at all whether it is a large chain hotel or a boutique one, since the organization of WI-FI in a hotel is a mandatory measure to ensure the convenience of visitors and one of the main criteria for choosing a temporary place of residence.
Public Wi-Fi Role & Importance for the development of Smart Cities
In the future, a lot of things in smart cities will happen automatically: the application of the clinic, based on the data from the fitness bracelet, will sign up for a medical examination, and the city services will clean the trash can according to the data from the sensors. Artificial intelligence will identify people with weapons in the crowd, and the fire brigade will go to the place before the call of eyewitnesses – on a signal from video cameras.
Smart DDI (DNS, DHCP, IPAM) Solution
DNS, DHCP, IPAM – together they form what we often refer to as DDI. They all work together to manage, assign, and resolve IP addresses and form an important part of any network. we explain below what each of these components are, what they are used for, and why you need them. Today we start… Read More
Wi-Fi 6E extends the Wi-Fi 6 capabilities into the 6 GHz domain
With more than 1,200 MHz of unlicensed spectrum available, more than triple the number of high-bandwidth channels available, and freedom from supporting legacy devices, Wi-Fi 6E promises a massive leap in wireless performance and efficiency.
EZELINK Trusted Wireless Access Gateway
Help carriers upgrade their existing LTE networks , generate additional Trusted Wireless Access ( TWAG ) revenues and accelerate 5G deployments. Gateway operates on the same 5G band (up to 6 GHz) that operators will use to upgrade their LTE networks , which will expand coverage for trusted wireless access and enhanced mobile broadband services…. Read More
WI-FI 6 (802.11AX) SOLUTIONS
WIFI 6 – – the new standard for wireless networks, with even more bandwidth and security Advantages over 802.11ac Minimize wireless connection failures 3x speed increase Ability to transfer significantly more data Reducing battery consumption by improving energy efficiency Improvements for 2.4 GHz band Integration with 5G networks Since the standard is still being certified,… Read More
EZELINK continues to expand its Middle East Footprint, opening Muscat branch office
EZELINK is glad to announce the opening of another branch office in Muscat that will primarily offer sales, consulting and after-sales support for our existing and upcoming clients in Oman. As part of EZELINK’s expansion strategy, the Muscat branch is one of the several locations EZELINK operates in GCC besides Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh.
WiFi Solution for High Density, Temporary & Short Term Events
A large number of users (up to several thousand) are concentrated in a limited area. Often, such events have a main conference room, which brings together almost all participants (plus speakers, organizers) who need Internet access. You also need to organize Wi-Fi in other rooms with a lower density of users.