Wireless Wide-Area Networking
Our RealTime project is a state of the art wireless wide area networking, or WAN, endeavor. With WAN, we are connected from our tower downtown Lawrenceburg, to the tower at Perfect North Slopes to form a Small Town Area Network, or STAN, allowing us instantaneous access to all participating local area networks at the connected sites. This permits 24 hours a day, seven days a week support, disaster recovery services and resource sharing, one of which is high speed access to the Internet, all at a substantially reduced cost to RealTime clients
As a part of the RealTime project, MDI dedicated a WAN tower April 12, 2001 at 4 pm. Originally conceived by our owner, Omar Nuseibeh, as a way to benefit existing customers and help other businesses in the area that join the STAN to become more technically efficient, the planning and eventual implementation of the RealTime tower project took over a year to complete. The whole project has been enhanced by cooperation from competing businesses as they join together to share resources for the benefit of their customers.
The WAN tower was dedicated in the name of Harvey M. Greene, a practicing attorney and longtime friend of the Nuseibeh family, who died in September of 2000. Theda Greene, widow of Mr. Greene, cut the ribbon at the ceremony.
In 2013 we upgraded the entire infrastructure of radios, internet feed and the hardware and software to cater for larger bandwidth applications and communications. We fondly call it RealTime II.
If you and your business want to become part of this exciting and very technologically advanced project, Contact MDI for more details.