Internet connection is mission critical for many businesses and that is an understatement. Interlink wireless broadband service InterAir is a dedicated, high-capacity connectivity solution delivered over a reliable licensed microwave link. InterAir service is ideal for customers seeking an alternative to traditional telco DSL and fiber service.
Learn more about our fiber footprint and pricing for fixed wireless broadband from our experts at Interlink by calling 416-585-9971.
Interlink offers the most flexible, scalable and cost-effective business-quality broadband service. When your business demands reliable bandwidth, Interlink delivers unlike any conventional DSL or T1 provider. While there are long waiting time for fiber circuits and distance limitations, Interlink can deploy your wireless broadband within 3 to 7 days.
Interlink’s Business Internet Access is the perfect choice for enterprise customers needing reliable bandwidth for critical business applications. The InterAir is available as a service and can be easily scaled to accommodate your precise requirements.
InterLink operates its own network. We don’t wait for the phone company to run wires or resolve problems. Owning our own infrastructure allows us to troubleshoot the issues and pin point the fault and resolve it at our own fast pace rather be dependent on other provider’s time line.
Even with multiple Internet Access service with different providers does not translate to true redundancy as the different providers delivering your service will most likely be utilizing the same medium. Interlink owns and operates its own wireless infrastructure and does not depend o traditional telco lines.
Fixed wireless broadband utilizes transmission towers (sometimes called base stations) that communicate with each other and with the subscriber’s location (sometimes called customer premises).
Subscribers install transceiver equipment on their building to communicate with the fixed wireless ground stations. Transceivers consist of a small dish or rectangular-shaped antenna and attached radio transmitters. ground stations are maintained by Internet providers, similar to cell phone towers.