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Factors and Considerations Installing Fixed Wireless and Fiber Internet

Posted by MHO Networks on Jul 31, 2018 9:42:11 AM

No matter your particular industry, healthcare, hospitality, financial, government, multi-tenant commercial buildings, education, and more, internet access is crucial. With all the options available, it can, however, be difficult to decide what form of internet access is best for your organization. What are the advantages of fiber internet? Of fixed wireless internet? In the past, the high-end default option was fiber. Now, installing fixed wireless internet should be given a closer look. 

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Topics: Cloud, High Speed Internet, Business Internet, Connectivity, Internet Service Provider (ISP), Low Latency, Multi-Tenant Internet, Dedicated Internet, Financial Institutions, Healthcare Providers

How the Growing Demand For Bandwidth Is Affecting the Enterprise

Posted by MHO Networks on Dec 20, 2017 10:07:28 AM

The proliferation of new technologies has led to a surge in the demand for bandwidth. For businesses to stay competitive, it's necessary to keep up with this demand. There are a few ways for companies to go about doing this.

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Topics: Bandwidth, IoT (Internet of Things), Mobile, Connectivity, enterprise

Infographic: What is Microwave Transmission

Posted by MHO Networks on Oct 25, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Microwaves do more than heat up food -- they can be used to communicate. And microwave transmission technology is an excellent way for businesses to connect to the internet and take advantage of cloud-based services. The benefits don't stop there, however.

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Topics: Bandwidth, Cloud, Connectivity, microwave transmission

Unreliable Internet Connections Mean More than Just Downtime

Posted by MHO Networks on Oct 23, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Network downtime is, on a certain level, unavoidable. We do what we can to minimize and protect against it, but it still happens. With an Information Technology Intelligence Consulting (ITIC) Research study finding that an hour of downtime costs 98% of businesses at least $100,000, it's worth protecting against. Downtime doesn't just cost that six-figure hit, however...it costs a lot more than that.

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Topics: Internet Access, Connectivity