Support your business-critical applications on the AT&T cellular network

What is wireless broadband internet?

by Aaron Miller, Lead Channel Manager

There’s no doubt that you’ve noticed how sophisticated websites and applications are becoming. It can be a challenge at home, but in business? Well, with the number of applications needed for basic operations, it’s even more of a challenge. Add to that the fact that you must be future-focused and have the flexibility to expand what may be needed for internet access later down the line.

So what exactly is wireless broadband internet… and why does it matter to you?

Simply put, wireless broadband internet is the technology that provides high-speed wireless internet or network access to a wide area. It’s not limited to fixed broadband technology. It includes mobile broadband as well. And with the hybrid of ways companies need to connect to the internet… and the footprint needed to maintain that access, this flexibility is essential to businesses like yours.

But as with most thingsAnd, there’s so much more to it to empower you even more. Wireless broadband uses a combination of communications technologies, which includes local area networks (LAN) and wireless internet. This gives you the ability to connect your devices at each location with the power to download, stream, and surf in day-to-day operations to keep your tasks moving.

Now that you know the basics, read more to discover the benefits of Wireless Broadband for your business. Discover how you can stay connected with confidence.

Also, read our article What is Wireless Broadband? to learn how you can provide high-speed wireless internet or network access to a wide area.

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