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Wireless broadband is high-speed Internet and data service delivered through a wireless local area network (WLAN) or wide area network (WWAN).

Mobile broadband works through a variety of devices, including portable modems and mobile phones, and a variety of technologies including WiMAX, GPRS, and LTE.

Similar to 4G and 3G before it, 5G is a wireless connection built specifically to keep up with the proliferation of devices that need a mobile internet connection. It’s not just your phone and your computer anymore, either. appliances, door locks, security cameras, cars, wearables, dog collars, and so many other inert devices are beginning to connect to the web.

5G will build on the foundation created by 4G LTE. It’s going to allow people send texts, make calls, and browse the web as always and it will dramatically increase the speed at which data is transferred across the network.

Benefits of Wireless Internet

Wireless

One of the primary advantages of wireless broadband is the nature of connection—wireless! There are no wires whatsoever that may clutter the computer space in the office or home. Network cables are unnecessary clutter that eats up space for an otherwise more important tool, equipment or device, right?

Scalability

One of the benefits of MPLS is that it combines some of the qualities of physical “nailed up” circuits that were difficult and expensive to scale, with the cost-effective but relatively unpredictable nature of pure IP routing, according to Errol Binda, senior marketing director of Aviat Networks.

Traffic Routing

MPLS works by imposing labels on packets as they leave a customer’s network and enter the MPLS network. Rather than look up IP header information to direct packets, network elements simply read the MPLS label and whisk the packet along to the next hop in a predetermined path.

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