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Shyam Networks Enables Wireless Communication at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration

By CTOF Team

Added 26 November 2012

The Company has deployed its Wi-Fi Access Points and Point-To-Point Radios at LBSNAA, Mussoorie in order to enable seamless communication within the academys campus network

Shyam Networks Enables Wireless Communication at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy
of Administration
The Company has deployed its Wi-Fi Access Points and Point-To-Point Radios at LBSNAA,
Mussoorie in order to enable seamless communication within the academys campus network
Gurgaon based Shyam Networks Limited has successfully deployed its carrier grade Wi-Fi Access Points AP25 and PointTo-Point Radio - RM58 to enable wireless communications within campus wide area network at Mussoorie based Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), the prestigious IAS Academy in the country.
We are privileged to be part of this project where our access points and P2P Radios are being used to enable true next negation communication infrastructure within the campus network of the academy. Shyams Wi-Fi Access Point provides reliable and secure high-speed Wi-Fi connections. Our products are ideal for extending Wi-Fi coverage or filling in coverage holes in challenging RF environments. Our Access Point incorporates the latest technologies such as MIMO, OFDM and Diversity. The solution ensures 24/7 connectivity with zero network downtime, explained, Nafis Kazim, Chief Operating Officer, Shyam Networks Ltd.
This deployment by Shyam Networks enables the faculty members as well as the trainees to seamlessly access internet within the LBSNAA campus. It becomes important to note that LBSNAA was looking for a solution which can deliver the right connectivity spanning entire campus network and geographical topology of Mussoorie was making it a difficult proposition to find complete connectivity for LBSNAA campus and hence, going wireless was a logical choice. This is where Shyams wireless connectivity solutions have added value to the LBSNAA campus network.

Gurgaon based Shyam Networks Limited has successfully deployed its carrier grade Wi-Fi Access Points AP25 and PointTo-Point Radio - RM58 to enable wireless communications within campus wide area network at Mussoorie based Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), the prestigious IAS Academy in the country.

We are privileged to be part of this project where our access points and P2P Radios are being used to enable true next negation communication infrastructure within the campus network of the academy. Shyams Wi-Fi Access Point provides reliable and secure high-speed Wi-Fi connections. Our products are ideal for extending Wi-Fi coverage or filling in coverage holes in challenging RF environments. Our Access Point incorporates the latest technologies such as MIMO, OFDM and Diversity. The solution ensures 24/7 connectivity with zero network downtime, explained, Nafis Kazim, Chief Operating Officer, Shyam Networks Ltd.

This deployment by Shyam Networks enables the faculty members as well as the trainees to seamlessly access internet within the LBSNAA campus. It becomes important to note that LBSNAA was looking for a solution which can deliver the right connectivity spanning entire campus network and geographical topology of Mussoorie was making it a difficult proposition to find complete connectivity for LBSNAA campus and hence, going wireless was a logical choice. This is where Shyams wireless connectivity solutions have added value to the LBSNAA campus network.

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