Today’s Heavy Networking dives into wireless Internet Service Providers, or WISPs. WISPs are used for both last-mile access and as transport to reach IP transit points.
WISPs typically serve rural areas that have limited access to fiber or copper, but they also serve metro and urban areas where fiber is prohibitively expensive or complex, and in multi-dwelling units to serve building tenants. WISPs also work with clients in the energy industry.
Our guests are Kevin Myers, Senior Network Architect at IP ArchiTechs; and Cory Steele, Senior Consultant at STIGroup.
* The different types of WISPs
* Essential tools for deployment and management
* FCC concerns and the use of licensed and unlicensed spectrum
* How 5G can tie into to a WISP design
* Appropriate CPE in a WISP network
* The use of mesh technologies
* Drones and solar
Check out ThousandEyes’ State of the Internet presentation, which shares brand-new research on Internet Performance — a measurement-based study of the availability and performance of the Internet and key app delivery networks, including public clouds, CDNs, and DNS providers. You’ll hear from experts and leaders in Internet and application delivery including Geoff Huston from APNIC and David Belson of the Internet Society. Watch the on-demand recording by signing up at thousandeyes.com/state-of-the-internet-2020.
Fortune 500 companies choose InterOptic to maximize IT savings and minimize the risk of network failures. InterOptic devices are 100% compatible with Cisco, Juniper, Extreme, Arista, and other switches, and we spend thousands of hours testing devices to insure they work seamlessly in your environment. As your network gets more complex, you want to work with the optics experts at InterOptic! Find out more at interoptic.com/packet-pushers.
Kevin Myers on Twitter: @StubArea51
Cory Steele on LinkedIn