Wireless Boost for Networking

Empower agility, collaboration with Network Technology


It has taken 50 years to establish and utilize computers and networking technology first at the corporate level and later as an integral part of today's lifestyle. Commercial wireless applications, on the other hand, took just 10 years to break usage records.

Wireless technology is so advanced that it can easily surmount physical obstacles presented by the landscape. It brings people together in accessing the internet and working as a community.

Hundreds, even thousands, of users can benefit from a wireless backhaul when the technology is used to provide a wireless communications systems to get data from an end-user to a node in a major network such as the internet or the proprietary network of a large business, academic institution or government agency.

Wireless technology provides a convenient and efficient option for an organization that needs to establish a new network or enhance an existing network such as a wireless local area network (WLAN).

Both license-free 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies are available and ready for commercial use with reasonably priced bandwidth options that make it easy for enterprises considering switching from wired to wireless connectivity. The upside is easy to see: Fewer cables, higher speed over Fast-ethernet, mobility in internet use and mature wireless security protection


With its developing internet infrastructure, the Philippines has geographical gaps in the provisioning of internet services and quality of service problems.

While the internet is the lifeblood of businesses and entrepreneurs, local users have struggled to maximize today's empowering networking technology to grow their business. 

As major providers grapple with the investment cost of upgrading or establishing their infrastructure, users are stuck with sub-par services, lack of coverage and prices that are higher than neighboring markets.

The average internet speeds in the country are well below the global average and are even significantly lower than in neighboring markets. The new government-mandated requirement of 256kbps is hardly a broadband experience in “Today’ s Technological Age”.

Challenges arise from:

Interference avoidance

NOC back-up

Interoperability of vendors’ devices

Lack of bandwidth management

Lack of quality of service

Lack of fair access for all clients

Lack of dual-band availability

Lack of wireless security

Lack of central management of access points

Lack of policy enforcement


Prodatanet has operated wireless ISP services for more than 10 years. It has an established and reliable infrastructure, offering wired and wireless internet broadband services to residential and corporate subscribers. Our internet offering is flexible and can be tailored to the customer’s requirements.

We can also support operators providing ISP services to a community-based in different geographical locations.

With our ability to provide a vast wireless bandwidth pipe and advanced technologies we can help local telcos upgrade their service capability and quality.

Our wireless service is part of our comprehensive system integration portfolio to establish wireless LAN for customers from scratch, starting with a site survey, network planning, and implementation.

Our experienced Prodatanet engineering team will take our customers’ IT and networking capabilities to the next level


Reasonable subscription charge

Redundant link supports the operation

A flexible corporate package tailored for needs

Limited cabling results in bigger cost savings



Enjoy mobility in accessing the network

300Mbps access speed or higher

Limited cabling ensures a neater office layout

A centralized WLAN management platform