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Fixed Wireless Broadband uses microwave technology to deliver high speed business broadband in remote locations and broadband constrained areas. It delivers the service using a mix of fibre and wireless backhauls. It's also a broadband 'last mile' network, which means it's generally able to deliver any required broadband speed within its coverage area.
BusinessCom is a CSP (Carriage Service Provider) for Australia’s largest fixed wireless network which has a metropolitan and regional footprint, and can deliver symmetrical speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps. Our carrier uses a network of over 200 wireless transmission sites covering more than 5 million residents and businesses.
BusinessCom Fixed Wireless plans offer unbeatable value and performance. Plans start from $199 per Month with Unlimited Data and Free Connection. Tailored solutions are available for any combination of required bandwidth and data. Please call 1300 000 300 or CLICK HERE to request a quote.
Symmetrical speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps can be achieved, offering superior bandwidth for even the most demanding network requirements.
Business grade SLAs covering service delivery and restoration, with an up-time commitment of 99.95%.
Rapid deployment with low installation costs when compared to fibre. High level network security suitable for enterprise business connections.
Capable of extreme speeds of up to 1,000Mbps with very low latency meaning minimal delays.
Create a business VPN network utilising a number of wireless connections. Business VPNs can greatly reduce the risk of cyber attacks or security breaches.
Australian based 24/7 technical support and live service performance monitoring.
The use of microwave technologies to deliver communication services has a long and distinguished history. Before the advent of optical fibre, microwave systems were used to carry the majority of land-based long distance communication. The technology has evolved almost as fast as the use of optical fibre and it delivers high quality, super-fast broadband to thousands of businesses.
Similar to fibre, microwaves also travel at the speed of light. Wireless microwave systems can offer lower latency than fibre because the path is more direct and light travels faster in the air than in glass fibre.
Fixed wireless systems can deliver symmetric data rates of more than 1,000Mpbs, which is more than enough for the vast majority of businesses.
Fixed wireless broadband is extremely reliable and comes with 99.95% Up Time SLA. It is also able to be deployed at a much faster rate than other fast broadband technology.
The Cirrus network is completely independent from other carriers such as Telstra and will not be effected by faults on their network. And that means it's an ideal solution to any contingency plan.
Fixed wireless broadband bypasses the terrestrial copper networks. This helps avoid congestion that's commonly experienced by business users on an ADSL or 4G wireless connection.
NBN Wireless is an asymmetrical service with different download and upload speeds. Business Wireless Broadband delivers symmetrical speeds where both are the same.
Business Grade Fixed Wireless has a 1:1 contention and the service is dedicated to the end user. An NBN wireless service connects to the local NBN network which is shared by multiple end-users.
NBN Wireless is currently limited to a maximum of up to 25Mbps download and 5Mbps upload. Business Fixed Wireless Broadband has the capability of providing symmetrical speeds of 1,000Mbps.
Fixed Wireless Broadband is a genuine alternative to high bandwidth SHDSL and Business Fibre. The service is ideal for businesses using cloud based applications including UC Systems, Business VoIP, Hosted PBX, CRM Systems, Video Conferencing and Cloud Based Storage. It's also used for business VPN.
Yes. Standard services are delivered with speeds of between 1Mbps and 30Mbps. Speeds of up to 1,000Mbps can be achieved with specialised equipment. Our carrier uses the best technology available today to deliver the service. The on-premise equipment is extremely powerful, supporting bandwidths of many Mbps faster than almost all standard ADSL and cable technologies.
Very unlikely. If there is interference then it's likely to be with equipment of similar kind. If this happens then it's relatively easy to identify the other piece of equipment and manage the frequencies to stop any further interference.
No. The equipment is designed to work well in any weather conditions and is unaffected by heat, cold or rain. Our carrier's antenna technology has been designed in Canada to operate in cold conditions, heavy snow and blizzards.
The wireless power being transmitted from the antenna is generally less than that from a handheld mobile phone.
Yes. The network has sufficient low latency that will support a high level of VoIP quality. The network has been built to deliver commercial grade broadband services. The fixed wireless network will support data hosting, video conferencing, surveillance and security applications, offices with more than 20 staff, multimedia content delivery, multi-site virtual private networks (VPN) and more.