We have prepared our solutions on the basis of Aruba Networks professional WiFi technology, which allows for scalability and maximum security.

WiFi networks:

  • Guaranteed wireless internet access.
  • Access to company or private network.
  • Wireless network infrastructure supporting IP phones and cameras.
  • Security – data storage in compliance with the requirements of the law.

Access to Internet:

  • In any place in Poland, even when other operators cannot provide a connection.
  • MPLS based network.
  • Mobile connectivity (in busses, coaches, cars, trams, etc.)

ICT networks – setup and maintenance:

  • Secure and efficient connections between different locations (VPN).
  • Basic connections for company networks with wide spread locations.
  • Redundant connections for multiple locations.
  • PABX exchanges.


  • The network solutions on offer may be expanded in case new surface or location is added and requires WiFi connectivity.
  • Possibility to add additional services on the basis of the WiFi network:
    – Voice over WiFi counterpart of traditional DECT networks for technical service or security officers with full access within the entire area within the range of the WiFi network,
    – Locating people and property, including locating persons which use the mobile Voice over WiFi devices, internal GPS,
    – Support for other technical devices (e.g. projectors, TVs, cameras),
    – Possibility to add more wireless cameras to the monitoring system for the building and its surroundings.










  • Possibility to gather historical records of WiFi network use in accordance with the requirements of the Polish law and in case of a request from the authorities to provide access to the required information (user MAC address, session duration and time, IP addresses).
  • Breach protection for the WiFi network and devices within the network.
  • Possibility to build secure connections between locations with VPN tunnels (certified solutions).
  • WiFi data transfer security higher than in case of a typical ethernet cable network.

Network Authentication:

  • The network may be open or clients may be required to provide username and password.
  • Subnetworks for employees available with the same authorisation data used in the cable based network (same usernames and passwords).
  • Possibility to verify not only username and password, but also MAC addresses of devices, types of devices and their operation systems.








Managing Bandwidth:

  • Possibility to limit the amount of data sent and received.
  • Possibility to introduce a data transfer limit (limit bandwidth).
  • Possibility to set up different netowork parameters (duration of network access, bandwidth, amount of data transfered) for different types of users.

Remote Work and Remote Locations:

  • Possibility to use WifI networks and mobile access points in any location for employees to have the same user rights and access as they have in the office thanks to a safe connection to the headquarters using a secure line.
  • Mobile access points work with GSM modems wherever a cable connection is not available.








Marketing on the Basis of WLAN Networks:

  • Possibility to display dedicated landing page for the WiFi network including the required content.
  • Possibility to carry out questionnaires on the WiFI landing page (customer – the user, before gaining access to the network, must respond to the questions in the questionnaire).
  • Possibility to inform customers about promotions, marketing campaigns etc. through the WiFi landing page.
  • Possibility to display adverts on customers’ devices while they are using the network.

Technical specification of the Network:

  • Access points distribute the signal in two frequencies 2.4 and 5 GHz, 802.11 a/b/g/n.
  • Bandwidth of the WiFi network available through any of the access points ranges from 300Mb/s to 1,3Gb/s (802.11.a/c technology).
  • The WiFi network allows for the use of mechanisms which effectively block network access to particular devices and users and, among others, for automatic optimisation of coverage for a given area with the WiFi signal.
  • QoS (quality of service guarantee) for services and applications, availability