Enhanced Network Access

The quest for high bandwidth and low latency is over!

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We present Enhanced Network Access Point (ENAP), a network waypoint using a local area network to ensure your customers, employees, or students get the content they need without the unnecessary struggle for speed and limited bandwidth.

For example, suppose an employee of Techie Lane takes a quick walk to Starbucks for his break. While there, he decides to watch some Netflix. Rather than accessing the movie via the Internet, his phone uses the Starbucks app to connect to that location’s ENAP, which links him to Netflix via the Internet. Netflix decides that it would be much more efficient if he gets the content from the ENAP, so he is directed to the ENAP. Then, from the ENAP, he watches the Coronavirus special he’d like to finish before his break is over. Meanwhile, another patron is enjoying her favorite Food Network show, again from the ENAP. Neither has any trouble with delay or picture quality.

After his break, the employee returns to headquarters. Upon arrival, he learns that Techie Lane has requested its hundreds of employees to watch a video of the CEO introducing the company’s newest product, the MangoBot. Rather than force all employees to struggle with limited bandwidth, the company makes the video available on its ENAP so that every employee near the campus can access it with ease on their individual devices.

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