Wide-area wireless networks (WWAN) are a type of wireless network. A wide area network must use different technologies than a local area network due to the latter’s bigger size. Different sized wireless networks transmit data in the form of phone calls, web pages, and streaming video.
A WWAN frequently differentiates from a wireless local area network (WLAN) by transferring data using cellular mobile telecommunication network technologies like 2G, 3G, 4G LTE, and 5G. It is also known as mobile broadband. A wireless service provider offers these technologies on a local, national, or even global scale.
A user with a laptop and a WWAN card can access a virtual private network (VPN), check their email, or browse the web from anywhere within the range of cellular service thanks to WWAN connectivity. WWAN capability can be built into many different computers.
A WWAN could also be a closed network with extensive coverage. A mesh network or MANET, for instance, with nodes on towers, trucks, and airplanes, might also be regarded as a WWAN.
A WWAN can also be a low-power, low-bit-rate wireless WAN (LPWAN), which is designed to transport small information packets between objects, frequently in the form of battery-powered sensors.
The Global Wireless WAN market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
AT&T Business launches managed wireless WAN
With a system maintained and watched over by network professionals, a telco has unveiled a wireless wide area network that will enable businesses to detach places, assets, and people.
AT&T has unveiled a new managed wireless wide area network (WAN) option in light of the fact that wireless connectivity is now crucial for providing flexible and secure connectivity of people, places, and things, beyond the reach and restrictions of conventional wired network connections.
According to the US communications technology supplier, many organizations are turning to wireless WAN technology as they search for new ways to engage their consumers, streamline operations, and generate money.
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