||What is a Canopy system?
||A Canopy system is based on wireless broadband technology that provides for
high-speed Internet access. The Canopy system was designed to provide cost-effective,
"last mile" high-speed data access for residential and business customers who previously
were underserved or lived in locations where infrastructure is non-existent. Canopy
system is comprised of three major components: Access Point (AP), Subscriber Module
(SM) and the Backhaul Unit). A Canopy system utilizes the unlicensed UNII bands (5.25
- 5.35GHz or 5.725 - 5.825GHz).
B2X Online, Inc. currently has service offerings for business and residential customers. Our product, with all it's advantages, fits with today's user requirements. We are striving to provide the best possible Internet solution at competitve rates.
B2X has many offerings based on where you receive our service. All of our areas receive a quality, reliable service.
All products and pricing where based on plans located in Salem, VA at April/2014. All names or products listed above are registered trademarks of the respected companies. * Equipment cost for modems may or may not be included in pricing plan and can be purchased separately. All plans and speeds are subject to avaliabiliy of coverage area. A free site survey is required for all packages and services and actual pricings and speeds can be discussed with the site sales representative at time of visit.
Below are a few more services we offer:
Co-location Floor Space
High Speed Hosting
Facts about our network
Switched Backbone - Motorola
Routers - Cisco
Other - Hewlett Packard, Dell, Intel
|Our Back Bone:
Canopy Wireless - Motorola
|Points of Presence - POPs:
Please refer to
the link below
24/7 SNMP System Monitoring
Bandwidth Utilization Monitoring
Switch Transfer Rate Redirection
Over air data encryption
POE - Power over Ethernet
Phase Shift Keying - Interference Reduction
Static IP Included*
Faster than DSL
Small foot print
Non-intrusive internal systems
|30 Mill Lane / Salem, VA 24153 / PHN 540.389.7924
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