Owners and IT managers of fast growing, multi-location businesses are looking to the sky to see if they can lower the costs associated with keeping their distributed enterprise connected.
With the cost of transporting one Gig of data at about $10 over a wireless 4G network, the idea of rolling out a multilocation 4G network to either augment and backup an existing terrestrial data network (or even replacing a terrestrial data network where total monthly data payloads are light) has great appeal.
But how expensive or painful is it for an IT department to roll out a 4G wireless WAN?
To help business owners and IT decision makers answer this question for their own business environment I asked Tom Azelby and Adil Zaidi of Bandwave Systems what they had to go through to build a multilocation 4G wireless WAN for their distributed enterprise business customers.
If your business is currently reviewing the costs versus benefits of rolling out a 4G wireless WAN for your own business, please feel free to download and review the information on this blog page.
We've attempted to show any busiess owner or IT manager what they would need to do on their own so they can estimate their own DIY ("do it yourself") costs to see if it makes sense to undertake the project in-house.
If you estimate that your own DIY 4G WAN costs would exceed $200 per location per month then you might want to give Bandwave a call at 888-396-7182 because their fully loaded 4G customer project prices often come in at a price WAY UNDER $200 per month per location.
To learn more about how Bandwave does what they do, check out the two short "explainer" videos.
In addition to helping multilocation businesses with distributed enterprise data requirements put together 4G wireless WANs, Bandwave has over a decade of experience helping multilocation businesses aggregate multiple wide area network Internet connections including DSL, cable coax, satellite, fixed wireless and fiber.
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