To provide broadband hospitality industry provides wireless signal
to its guests using Wi-Fi access points. These access points have
to connected back to a central location where the broadband is
delivered from a telephone or cable service provider. Often poor
exiting telephone wires are used to provide this backhaul
Coaxial Network's IRIS CMTS provides reliable and affordable
way to provide this backhaul. Cable modems with integrated WiFi
access points carry the internet traffic from and to the users.
Access points with up to four virtual SSID can provide the hotel
with separate networks to run guest and corporate network on the
same coaxial infrastructure.
Integrated cable modems can also deliver up to four RJ45 for
ports and multiple RJ11 telephony ports to provide telephony and data
services on the same coaxial infrastructure. RJ45 ports can then
be hardwired within the suite to jacks so that services such as
VOIP telephony can be adequately delivered.
Use of coaxial infrastructure ensures that data can be
delivered for today's as well as tomorrows growing requirements. Existing cable infrastructure can carry up to 3.2 gigabits of
traffic providing the necessary infrastructure to expand future
services such as IPTV and VoD. With the addition of additional
CMTS gear in the head-end you can easily double, triple or
quadruple the available bandwidth.
Coaxial infrastructure provides an ideal
backhaul to carry your video, wireless or voice traffic.