Wireless Networks

Many existing wireless networks are getting overloaded, or are often incapable, of supporting all of the devices, handhelds and other wireless end points that are becoming standard today. All Mountain Technologies can develop, implement and monitor site specific wireless networks for small business, hospitality and large homes to accommodate today’s wireless network demands. We have paired strict design procedures with a controller-based architecture to provide secure and scalable wireless networks while reducing the total cost of ownership.

Wireless Site Survey & Implementation Plan

The purpose of the survey is to provide critical information regarding the existing infrastructure, identify what improvements can or need to be made to the existing network, and what the expected area of coverage. During this process a wireless engineer will perform an on-site analysis of the property, conduct an interview with key personnel and provide a written implementation plan outlining the results of the survey, including any proposed hardware and/or maintenance improvements.

Controller Based Architecture and Enterprise Level Hardware

The network design and the hardware specified by AMT provides the following advantages to our clients:

  • Lower Cost of Ownership – By utilizing controller based systems, AMT can quickly and easily make password changes, backups, configuration changes, and software updates as well as monitor the system through a single device that reconfigures all the wireless access points within the network, rather than having to individually update each device, saving time and money.
  • Enterprise Level Security – AMT’s networks are setup using the most current security standards keeping your network safe and secure.
  • Reporting Capabilities – AMT can provide reporting on your network. Have you ever wondered how may users are on your wireless network at any given time or the types of devices they are using?
  • Multiple Network Options – You can run a second guest or customer network while simultaneously running your own separate and secure internal network using the same hardware for both networks.