Last-Mile-Connectivity

Last Mile Connectivity

Tired of being “in the dark” because you don’t know what is happening at a remote site or you can’t get broadband Internet access to a remote office or urban area? Vista delivers Wireless Broadband Networks needed to extend your reach and give you the data access you need. Vista builds Last Mile Wireless Broadband Networks to give you broadband data for applications such as video surveillance, Internet access, and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).

Last Mile Wireless Networks by Vista are superior to existing leased lines and provide the following benefits to clients:

  • Lower cost access
  • Greater bandwidth
  • Improved redundancy
  • Greater flexibility

If you rely on fibre or copper for your last mile broadband connection, your cable is at risk of damage from storms and heavy equipment. A broken line caused by a falling branch or construction equipment results in a loss of broadband data for an extended period of time meaning lost revenue or lost productivity. Vista will install a wireless back-up system to ensure that you have reliable access to your broadband data.

Many remote residential areas are either underserved or not served at all by Internet access, but in partnership with a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) or a municipality Vista will provide Last Mile high-speed wireless access with a Point-to-Multi-Point (PtMP) wireless network. A PtMP network will distribute wireless Internet access that Last Mile to homes and businesses with speeds equal to or better than Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) or cable access.

To reach that last mile with a broadband wireless network, Vista provides:

  • System design
  • Path engineering
  • Site selection & acquisition
  • Equipment selection, source, & installation
  • DC power systems
  • Tower construction
  • Antenna installation
  • Commissioning & test

Call us toll free at 1.800.452.1295 or email us to discuss how we can help you realize your Last Mile Wireless Broadband Network objectives.

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