Wireless Advantages

Nextera’s wireless service and core network is all IP-based network. Unlike traditional legacy provider networks that use a variety of technologies pieced together over decades, Nextera designed and built its network from the ground up. We built it for the sole purpose of delivering fast and flexible high-bandwidth solutions to businesses. Fixed wireless offers a number of compelling advantages over traditional copper and fiber connections, including:

  • Rapid Installation: Whereas wired service providers can take weeks – even months – to provision a connection for a new customer, Nextera can have customers activated in a much shorter timeframe.
  • High Bandwidth: Speeds range from 1Mbps to 1Gbps depending on network design.
  • Scalable Bandwidth: When customers need more network bandwidth, it’s as easy as “turning up the dial,” and Nextera typically can make it happen in a matter of hours. Such bandwidth increases are perfect for growing companies, special events, meetings, conferences, short term projects or for business continuity and disaster recovery purposes.
  • Expansive Coverage Area: Wireless service reaches areas where fiber or wired high bandwidth services are not available like remote satellite offices or temporary buildings lacking terrestrial connectivity.
  • Path Diversity: Nextera’s network offers a truly diverse path, unaffected by the vulnerabilities of traditional networks such as cable or fiber cuts that can take days to repair. What’s more, customers can configure dual path diversity, which automatically “fails over” the customers’ service to the backup circuit to provide even greater protection against downtime.
  • Ethernet Connectivity: Nextera data service is delivered via an Ethernet connection, making it easy and simple for customers to connect directly to their LAN.
  • Private Networks: Utilizing Nextera’s extensive metro network, we are able to provide connectivity to one or more locations with Dedicated Internet Access and Private Network Ethernet Connectivity, or a combination of both, with Point-to-Point technology. Receive 1.5Mbps to 100Mbps or higher.



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What is VoIP?

Simply put, VoIP is a way of using the same communications protocol to carry voice traffic as the internet does for data traffic.

When you place a call on a VoIP network, your voice is digitized and broken up into “voice packets” that move across the network in a way that’s similar to data packets.