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As businesses and professionals have an increased demand for 4G technology, operators and internet service providers are focusing on the interoperability and performance of WiMAX: Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access networks. For operators with limited capital, a WiMAX-based network can provide a sound investment that is safe for future technological evolution. This technology is also an ideal alternative to Cable/DSL for Broadband.
The Liberty Port Enterprise Division is designed to support the daily requirements of our systems integration partners, SME businesses, SOHO engineers, and leaders within the IT Departments of corporate organizations.
As mobile and fixed line operators begin to expand their customer portfolios to include enterprise businesses and organizations, Liberty Port has tested and deployed a wide spectrum of applications to include the education, healthcare, financial, utility, natural gas, and public safety sectors. Successful applications include the provision of campus-wide internet access and SOHO networking components.
Fixed networks service providers such as ILECs, CLECs, cable TV operators, ISPs and carriers are consistently faced with the challenge of updating their network and maintaining an increased subscriber base. With wireless communications becoming the standard, more subscribers are relinquishing fixed line service contracts. To adapt to this challenge, fixed network providers are beginning to explore ways of integrating wireless technology in underdeveloped service areas. Our expertise in both fixed line transformation to wireless and the rural carrier market can help operators make the right decision when developing a timeline for service deployments or when choosing the best suited technology.
Staying connected to the internet will soon become a basic need for consumers. In-flight Wi-Fi is now a standard feature for both commercial and private aviation travel. Nearly all commercial aircraft will soon have access to low latency, high-speed satellite technology. Other service providers are exploring how to best utilize the aircraft itself as a beacon to provide connectivity in remote, underserved regions throughout the world. Solar unmanned aerial vehicles are under development as an alternate means of rapidly deploying communications to areas with little or no infrastructure.