In today’s world the demand for network access at any moment and place is becoming a standard.
Quick increase of popularity of personal mobile devices used in the workplace causes the necessity of implementing new solutions for safety and network management. This situation also brings up the problem of network efficiency.
SKK S.A. has been setting up wireless networks for many years. We design and install networks in all environments, indoor and outdoor. These are, among others:
- Public facilities (the so called hot spots)
- Offices and hotels
- Production halls (in adverse environment: dust, high temperature, humidity etc.)
- Outdoor storage yards (mesh networks)
- Airports and seaports
- Cold stores (low temperatures, even up to -30ºC).
In the beginning we implemented autonomous networks based on 802.11b (2,4 GHz, 11 Mb/s) comprising of individual access points. The downside was that each access point had to be configured separately, and they were largely vulnerable to interferences. As bandwidth progressed (802.11a and 802.11g, 2,4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency, 54 Mb/s transmission) and management by controllers was introduced, we were able to set up centrally managed networks. Their heart is the controller that can e.g. automatically balance network traffic, dynamically change signals to avoid interference and increase signal output in damaged areas.
Currently the most popular standard is the 802.11n network of nominal transmission speed up to 600 Mb/s, although some companies are already implementing the newest 802.11ac standard of 1,3 Gb/s nominal transmission sped.
The offer of SKK SA is based on world’s latest technologies in networking as well as AutoID. Currently we mostly implement 802.11n based networks, which significantly increases transmission speeds of our Users. Some clients’ hardware still runs on 802.11g, creating field for improvement.
We are always up to date in terms of new technologies. We raise our qualifications to be able to face new, better standards and technologies which are developing rapidly in LAN as well as WLAN field.