The most famous recent example of Multi-Tenant Use (MTU) use of Broadband Wireless technology was to provide a high-profile residential building in New York City with a 1 Gigabit wireless link to the Internet and subsequent distribution of that very fast Internet connection to all the residents of the building. As New Yorkers would say “What’s not to like?”
While most other MTU buildings aren’t quite that demanding, it’s entirely feasible to bring that same level of connectivity – 1 Gbps links over a path of up to 1 mile (in increments – longer links can be built in 1 mile “hops”) to MTU’s that aren’t quite so high-profile as the example, where most of the residents of the building were millionaires. To the building’s residents, the very high speed Internet service was a very welcome amenity and a considerable differentiation from other buildings where the residents are forced to deal with cable or telephone companies for relatively slow (by comparison) Internet connections.
Keenwire can assist MTU owners and management with not only the off-building links to the Internet (or equivalent private networks), but also the critical issue of distribution within the building including making use of existing wiring or installing new wiring, or the increasingly popular option of installing Wi-Fi systems throughout the building to provide tenants with Wi-Fi access, and forgoing the expense of adding internal wiring systems.