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Tel-Data West, Inc.

P.O. Box 41938

Phoenix, AZ 85080

(800) 506-3082 Toll Free
(623) 516-2035 Phx Local
(623) 516-2048 Fax

 

 

TELEPHONE SYSTEMS

 

Business Telephone Systems:

AVAYA Partner ACS

AVAYA IP Office

AVAYA IP Office 400

AVAYA IP Office 500

Merlin Legend & Magix

Nortel Norstar CICS & MICS

Vodavi Starplus STSe

Vodavi XTS-IP

Vodavi Telenium IP

Voice Mail & Messaging

Voice & Data Cabling

Polycom Conference SoundStation 2

T-1 PRI & PSTN Services

 

 

DATACOM PRODUCTS

 

DELL PC's & Servers

Ethernet Switches

Routers

Firewall

WiFi Access Points

Internet Access Broadband Services

 

 

OTHER PRODUCTS

 

Paging Systems

Music On Hold

Security

Access Control

 

 

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WiFi - Wireless Access Points & Hotspots 1-800-506-3082

Wireless-G VPN Broadband Router
 
WRV54G
  • An Internet connection-sharing Router, Switch, and Access Point with built-in VPN endpoint capability and advanced security features
  • Jump start your small business network by connecting both Wireless-G (802.11g) PCs, and local wired PCs
  • Securely connect up to 50 remote or traveling users to your office network via VPN
  • "Hotspot Ready" with subscriber registration, authorization and authentication functions

 

 

Starting Your Own WI-FI Hot Spot - Easy!

1. You will need high-speed Internet access (DSL, Cable, or a T1 connection).

2. We'll Install and Download the correct firmware for your Linksys WiFi Access Point.
 

3. A 3rd Party service provider then provides everything you need to operate your WiFi Hot Spot including; marketing assistance, tech support, customer authentication and billing.
 

4. We sell and service Verified Linksys Routers and Access Points that have been tested with Intel® Centrino™ Mobile Technology for compatibility and interoperability.

Call us for a free consultation and/or pricing 1-800-506-3082.

 

Wireless networking, also called WiFi or 802.11 networking is used to connect computers at home, in an office, airport, coffee shop, and even within certain cities. They use this technology to provide Internet access to the public, wireless networking may may become so widespread that you can access the Internet just about anywhere at any time, without using wires.
WiFi has many advantages. Wireless networks are easy to set up and generally inexpensive. Plus, a single wireless router can allow many devices to connect to the Internet.

Some WiFi basics: A wireless network uses high frequency radio waves usually in the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHzs frequency band, just like a cordless phone in your house. A computer's wireless network adapter changes data into a radio signal then sends it to the wireless router that then receives the signal and decodes it. The information from the router is then sent to the Internet using a wired connection. The process works in reverse to get the data from the internet back to your computer.

Wireless technology uses 802.11 networking standards set forth by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). This allows manufacturers to make products that are interoperable with other 802.11 standard products.

 

802.11 standards are constantly changing as new technology emerges: The original 802.11b is the slowest and least expensive standard. 802.11b transmits in the 2.4 GHz frequency band at 11 megabits of data per second. 802.11g transmits at 2.4 GHz, but it's a lot faster delivering 54 megabits of data per second. 802.11g is faster because it utilizes orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), a more efficient coding technique. 802.11a transmits at 5GHz and can move up to 54 megabits of data per second. It also and uses OFDM coding. Even newer standards will be coming along in the near future like 802.11n, it should be even faster than 802.11g. However, the 802.11n standard isn't yet final.

 

Call us for a free consultation and/or pricing 1-800-506-3082.
 

 

We service the Phoenix Metro area including: Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Glendale, Gilbert, Chandler, Cave Creek, Deer Valley, Peoria, Goodyear, Avondale, Sun City, Sun City West, Surprise, El Mirage, Tolleson, Casa Grande, Prescott, Payson, Pine, Strawberry, Wickenburg, Globe, Show Low, Eloy, Gila Bend, Tucson, Arizona.