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3 Reasons Every Company Should Switch To Engineering Wireless Services

March 9, 2022 No Comments

Featured article by Ralph Dizon, Electrical Engineering Specialist

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Moving to wireless systems is the new order of the day in the world of business. Every modern company is starting to see the benefits of keeping employees and clients engaged through wireless communication networks. What’s more, is the fact that setting up these network systems has become affordable with time.

One of the most effective solutions that are gaining popularity in this industry is Engineering Wireless Services (EWS). It leverages the power of radio signals to enhance wireless communication between one computer and another. Generally, computers receive the process and send out information using binary numbers. EWS takes these binary numbers, converts them to radio signals before sending the data to the desired destination.

Wireless routers, also known as access points, are used to carry out this conversion. It’s worth noting that the reverse process takes place once the desired recipient receives the radio signals. For an EWS system to be complete, you’ll also need wireless clients. This refers to any device that either receives or sends out data within the network.

Here are some reasons why it’s high time to make the switch to engineering wireless service:

Enhances Mobility

A cabled network has several drawbacks but one that stands out is its hindrance to mobility. Your employees can only access or send out information through the network when their computers are connected via Ethernet cables. In that case, one can’t work from a room that doesn’t have such accessibility.

Engineering wireless services, on the other hand, uses radio signals to transmit data. Therefore, users can do all the work they need provided they’re within the radius of the wireless routers. As a company, having such a work environment can significantly improve your employees’ productivity. The fact that one can submit their work or communicate with their colleagues from anywhere saves a lot of time, especially for those staff members who are always moving from one department to another.

More Business Opportunities

In this day and age, having a business that can attract customers from several regions across the world gives you a much-needed competitive edge over your rivals. Having a fully-functional wireless network sets you up for success in that regard. So, if you’ve not yet considered EWS for your company, then this might be the right time to do that.

When you can engage clients and even employees across different regions due to accessibility and high network speed, your sales can significantly increase. With such a system, you can easily market your products to more prospective buyers, which enhances your chances of success in the market. It also gives you the resources you need to explore opportunities and fill those gaps.

Wireless router concept. Man using smartphoneHighly Scalable

Scalability is another thing that many companies with cabled networks find hard to achieve. Of course, the long-term goal of every serious business is to grow both financially and in size. But for you to enjoy this growth, you must have the necessary resources that’ll sustain it. 

For instance, as the number of users and employees increases, your network’s bandwidth inevitably needs to increase. Unfortunately, a cabled system can be quite expensive to upgrade given the cost of hardware, not to mention the required labor. 

With an engineering wireless service system, you’ll only need to upgrade the package you’re currently using. Your service provider will let you know about everything you need for the upgrade to be complete. Provided your access point can sustain the number of users you desire, the only thing you might need to worry about is the subscription cost. 

It’s also important to note that the process of upgrading engineering wireless services is a lot quicker than a cabled system. EWS doesn’t require a lot of cabling or re-wiring to be done before the network setup is up and running. This can save you a lot of money, especially if your field of operation requires you to be online 24/7. 


In the current world where technology plays a vital role in all sectors, companies need to up their game, especially in the network setup department. Having a network system that’s not only fast but also accessible makes it easier for employees to engage with potential customers. Engineering wireless services provide modern solutions to such problems by allowing businesses to seamlessly connect with their clients.

EWS comes with a lot of benefits that every company could enjoy. For one, it enhances mobility by ensuring that employees and any other user can access the network from anywhere. It’s also highly scalable, which means one can upgrade anytime they want without having to worry about the cost of that process. As a business, you have the opportunity to explore more gaps in the market and fill them before your rivals do so.

Author Bio

Ralph Dizon is an electrical engineering specialist. He’s been in the industry for 10 years applying his expertise and knowledge in the field. He’s also a freelance writer who loves to write and share interesting stories. Ralph loves to play basketball, volleyball, and swimming.

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