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EZ-Bridge Wireless Links To Bridge Networks

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As a technology professional and third party services provider, I’m not one of the geeks that gets to sit in the server room all day. Having a vast and diverse client base, I’m often faced with situations where I find myself needing to connect multiple locations together on the same physical network. In many cases and for various reasons, I can’t use fiber-optics or Ethernet to form that bridge. As such, I’ve turned to wireless solutions, which are both practical and very cost effective.

EZ-Bridge is a solution that is very simple and easy to deploy. There are a variety of kits that come in both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz spectrum. Range varies from 3 miles to 8 miles, making these solutions perfect for areas where there is halfway decent line-of-sight between the two physical locations you need to connect together. The kits come with a built-in web management interface, which allows you to see signal strength and quality, along with other important metrics for reliable wireless links.

I’ve had a client using one of these systems to bridge two physically separate buildings across a street for over 2 years now. It has survived everything from +34 degrees Celsius (94 degrees Fahrenheit) to -46 degrees Celsius (-51 degrees Fahrenheit), and has required very little maintenance. The entire system is more or less pre-configured, so it can be truly ‘plug-n-play’, while still allowing more advanced network administrators to log into the management interface and tweak individual aspects as desired.

More details about the EZ-Bridge can be found here: http://ez-bridge.com/

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Martin Lehner

Martin Lehner is an technology professional working for an IT services firm in Whitehorse, Yukon (Canada). He has been working in the technology field for over a decade. With a degree in Business Admin and numerous industry certifications, Martin leads a team of IT professionals that provide third party support for clients. Originally starting a company to offer web development services, Martin quickly realized that clients wanted the entire spectrum of technology services. When Martin is not at work (which is not often, since his company offers 24/7 support), he is busy at home spending time with his family.

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