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Wireless Connectivity

With the Internet poised to change the lifestyles of people, Swift too strives to bring the latest and the best that the technology has to provide to its wide base of customers. With the coming of wireless broadband, SwiftMail was not to be left behind. As a sequel to the launch of Swift WLL services, SwiftMail launches Wireless Broadband services in July 2002.
With the capability to provide ranges from 64 kbps to 8 mbps speed, Swift Broadband is poised to take the wireless segment by storm. Some of our key benefits are below

  • A guaranteed uptime of 99.99%, with Service Level Agreements which provide for penalties if this uptime is not maintained
Fast Provisioning
  • Deployment of service within 7 days (you do not have to wait for months for the local telecom to terminate a leased circuit at your premises)
Single Point of Contact
  • SwiftMail owns the "last mile" connection (on wireless) up to your premises, hence it is accountable for service levels between end-to-end.
  • Upgrade access speeds right up to 8 mbps, with a choice of intermediate speeds. Upgrades are easy and quickly provisioned.
  • Upgrade access speeds for temporary periods to handle peaks in workload - a feature unmatched by current leased circuit based access offerings.

Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) delivers a high capacity data connection to a customer site, using RF links for the "last mile" connectivity. This technology is based on Point-to-Multipoint wireless networks, installed by the service provider. Equipment at the customer site consists of a radio modem which is used to establish a link to the provider's nearest "Base Station". Access speeds of up to 1 Gbps can be offered using this technology.

With the availability of direct Ethernet output at the subscriber end, we continue to bring simpler and cost effective solutions to our customers removing the need for converters from the conventional V.35 outputs.

The link will not be affected under rainfall conditions. All the links are radio engineered working under ITU-N rain zone conditions. (India falls under ITU-N rain zone). Due to this, high availability is maintained even under rainfall conditions.