Hotspots are often found at restaurants, train stations, airports, libraries, coffee shops, bookstores, fuel stations, department stores, supermarkets and other public places. Many universities and schools have wireless networks in their campus.
Technically speaking, hotspots consist of one or several wireless access points installed inside buildings and/or adjoining outdoor areas. These APs are typically networked to printers and/or a shared high-speed Internet connection. Some hotspots require special application software be installed on the Wi-Fi client, primarily for billing and security purposes, but others require no configuration other than knowledge of the network name (SSID).
Sa Wireless Access points are an excellent choice
for wireless hotspots to securely provide private or
public network and broadband Internet access. For
corporate users, hotspot access removes the time and
cost associated with manual guest access setup for
visitors and for public service providers. Sa
Wireless provides a cost effective route to quickly
establish a hotspot service, wherever they wish.