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Solution for Government

  1. Government networks, given the nature of information they carry, demand the highest level of security measures. In addition, high availability and reliability performance requirements also top the list of every government wireless network bid specification. While many low cost wireless solution try to get their foot in the door, non have the ruggedness and reliability of Inscape Data SB3000 and BR3000 802.11n high capacity wireless solution.
  2. Designed to thrive in extreme environments, the Inscape Data Corporation's SB3000 and BR3000 802.11n access and bridge solutions delivers rugged and secure wireless performance where it is needed, at the forefront of every secure network. With wireless 802.1x authentication, VLAN, access control list, advance encryption system (AES), and vandal & tamper resistant product design, government facility and staff will have access to high reliability, low maintain ace WLAN network on demand. With future proof design architecture, Inscape Data products can be up to date with firmware upgrade to the latest encryption algorithms to stay ahead of the pirates.
  3. Inscape Data continues its leadership with the next generation SB3000/BR3000 wireless products to meet the growing demand environment of smartphone and IP video applications. With equipment maintenance cost high on the list of company expenses, the AirEtherTM 802.11a/b/g/n MIMO wireless systems are easy to install. When used with Inscape Data's LPS2000 or LPS series Outdoor Adjustable Voltage PoE Switch or commercial Outdoor PoE PIS1000 Injectors, the AirEther 802.11a/b/g/n MIMO products provide rugged reliable wireless interconnectivity of mission critical IP video surveillance and networking functionality.
Success Stories TBA

Inscape Data Corporation provides very secure and reliable wireless connectivity and access solution for government organizations. The solution consists of three major product systems: an outdoor wireless system, an outdoor PoE switch, and back office network systems. These solutions can be applied to hospitality applications:

  1. Point to Multipoint Bridge
    Inscape Data high-speed 5 GHz MIMO wireless multipoint bridge solution delivers aggregate wire line speeds up to 600 mbps and up to 50 km link distance for the most cost effective and reliable point to multipoint solution in the industry.
  2. Point to Multipoint Wireless Broadband Access
    Inscape Data high-speed 2.4 and 5 GHz MIMO multipoint wireless broadband access delivers aggregate wire line speeds up to 600 mbps and up to 50 km link, client device dependent, distance for the most cost effective and reliable point to multipoint solution in the industry.

Inscape Data offers a full suite of total turnkey solutions for implementing government wireless networks. The following solution guides provide essential guidelines for your network.

  1. Point to Multipoint Bridge
    A point-to-multipoint bridge network is used to bridge multiple remote base stations to a central base station. Unlike point to point backhaul network, the central base station total capacity is shared among all the remote base station and provides the most flexible deployment at the cost of capacity. For example, a central wireless base station connected with multiple remote wireless base stations. The following is an example of the point-to-multipoint network architecture.

    The following is an example of a point to multipoint bridge network:

  2. Point to Multipoint Wireless Broadband Access
    A point-to-multipoint wireless broadband access network is used to provide WiFi connectivity to wireless mobile devices. Multiple base stations strategically installed at key locations creates a wireless cloud to maximize coverage to provide excellent mobility to wireless mobile users. User will be able to roam between base station and stay seamlessly connected. With millions of users switching to mobile computers and tablets driving up the demand, service providers and business organizations need to stay ahead and provide the wireless infrastructure needed to accommodate their customers.

    The following is an example of a point to multipoint wireless broadband access network: