Bobby Vassallo knows that most destinations present regulatory and geographical challenges when building new-aged fiber networks. These cannot be avoided, but can be overcome with proper planning (See Mexican Fiber Network). A good landing is a good approach, as any pilot can attest, so planning comes first. Bobby enjoys engineering and building fiber/wireless hybrid networks.
Vassallo has designed, built and participated in many of these networks and on most continents. Current projects are in the US, as high prices and bad service from major carriers makes his job easy.
Good wireless projects begin with robust fiber capacity backing them up. While urban US projects have abundant fiber, many rural areas are deficient. International projects are problematic when it comes to finding a fiber source. Most generally, it can be sourced. Bobby Vassallo has worked on most continents and enjoys the challenge of coverage and capacities in these locations.
Equipment continues to improve, increasing the likelihood of a positive resulting network to benefit public safety and city services. Police, fire, ambulance, water, power, cameras, education and many other services are assured with these robust, modern networks.
Bobby knows that all good networks tie back to fiber. Fiber delivery is necessary for a successful city wireless network (See Presto-Lucent). It delivers internet capacities that satellites cannot approach. While fiber backbones are necessary, last mile can be accomplished many different ways.
Vassallo says, “Major carriers are letting customers down all across our country and are not held accountable by government watchdogs like our FCC. Instead, they promise internet capacities they cannot deliver, then bill you on the promise."
ABOVE VIDEO- Bobby Vassallo's first tsunami occurred in Tahiti. Fortunately it wasn't large. Wireless warning systems were being engineered when the tsunami happened. Notice the harbor, empty of water, sand showing. When water rushes out, it is on its way to feed the "big wave" to come. Luckily, that day, it was not large.
City Wireless Builder
City wireless builders know how networks and ubiquitous WiFi enhance cities. City services like water and power system controls, police, fire, ambulance, maintenance, security cameras, traffic control, and enhanced public safety all benefit. Maligned early on, these modern networks lower city costs by saving man-hours, insurance, fuel, and many other benefits to the public good.
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Should your city or community desire a city wireless network, call Bobby for a consultation, saving your taxpayers money.