Wi-Fi & Networking

Building Strong & Secured WIFI Networks

Fast, secure WiFi—it’s what every business wants and needs today. Unfortunately, as technology has evolved, getting the performance and security you need has only become harder to achieve, maintain, and afford.

Today’s wireless systems require a different set of features than they did in the past. Regardless of how big or small your business is, what industry, or how you’re planning on using your WiFi, there are certain components that every wireless network must include to guarantee both high-speed performance and air-tight security.

high Capacity Load Balancing

Wireless networks were originally planned for coverage only, but with all the smartphones, tablets…

Scalability

The growth in popularity of new wireless devices will only continue to increase. Your network …

NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Modern day wireless networks are much more complex and may consist of hundreds or even …

role Based Access Control

Role based access control (RBAC) allows you to assign roles based on who,what, where…

Indoor & Outdoor Coverage

At Nexus Automations, we provide various affordable and scalable options for Indoor and Outdoor …

NETWORK access control

Whether you refer to it as mobile device registration or network access control, it is …

Web Content / Application Filtering

More than ever before, network security must become application aware in order to alleviate threats…

Mobile device management

Think about how many mobile devices will be accessing your wireless network; now think…

Application Prioritisation

Application prioritization is exactly what it sounds like; it’s the ability to guarantee performance…

Roaming within home

One shouldn’t have to worry about dropped connections, slower speeds or any disruption in service …

Redundancy

“Downtime” is a productivity and moral killer—if the WiFi goes down everything comes to…

Firewall

Application prioritization is exactly what it sounds like; it’s the ability to guarantee performance…

Switching

Basically, a network switch is the traffic cop of your network—making sure that that everyone and every device gets…

802.11ac Access Points

Finally, we get to your access points. Access points are one of the most well-known components within …

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