Fixed or Agile Infrastructure

Fixed or Agile Infrastructure

In the Wi-Fi game, a lot has to do with infrastructure and how it’s set up.

You can think about this when you’re looking at pictures of neighborhood setups and how people access Wi-Fi. In a neighborhood, or even in a commercial atmosphere, you might see routers and repeaters attached to buildings in a way that sends a signal into each individual household, in an urban environment. You might see this kind of infrastructure woven into other things, like security lighting and garden patios, and much more. In some parts of the world, this Wi-Fi infrastructure interacts with courtyards and outdoor laundry facilities, where a lot of these things are being handled by attaching elements to the exterior of a building. Now as to the aesthetic result, this varies: but it shows the need for modern wi-fi service and how people handle it at a local level.

Neighborhood Wi-Fi Systems

You also have different kinds of neighborhood Wi-Fi networks. The traditional way was to send signals through fiber-optic lines, but that’s pretty obsolete now. Again, you’ll see routers and repeater devices at work. The new 5G telecommunication network has more small facilities or local towers that direct a signal in a more micromanaged way. This requires modernizations that change the face of local wi-fi in a big way!

Agile Infrastructure

What all of the above systems have in common is that they’re built for permanence by carriers that are serving a dedicated neighborhood or ZIP Code. They are not delivered at the point of service, at least initially. They are set up as built-in-place networks.

Agile infrastructure is different. It’s shipped to a specific point of destination and used by a particular household or local area network system.

Blue Magic is that way. You can get it at your point of service, and it operates independently of some neighborhood wiring or insulation system. It’s also not the type of thing that you see people using in a bootlegging way – hopping onto a signal and piggybacking on it because it happens to be in the same geographic area.

Take a look at the website for more on how we offer versatile Wi-Fi as a modern-day ISP competing with some of those old local coverage dinosaurs. You’ll see the power of using a “hotspot” type point-of-use Wi-Fi service, and how that works on an ongoing basis. Ask us any questions that you have about service or consult our handy FAQ to see how this type of coverage works. We want to be your carrier!

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