Industry Solutions
 Every enterprise, utility, and agency has its own unique requirements for wireless networking. Although many industries have similar connectivity needs, Sology recognizes the importance of creating customized solutions for each of its customers. We pride ourselves on our broad range of satisfied customers, ranging from private enterprise clients to large public-sector agencies. Ask us about references from customers for your specific industry.
Industries we cover:
Wireless Service Providers

We work directly with the national wireless providers to upgrade and expand their services. See our Services page for a summary of the range of our services.

A wireless service provider needs to upgrade its network in a given location. (Mobile data traffic is expected to double annually.) Sology works with leading wireless service providers to upgrade and expand their services to new areas and meet the growing demands of a wireless world. We help them:
  • Upgrade their sites to support the latest wireless technologies
  • Install new Small Cell sites to improve coverage in dense areas
  • Build out new cell sites to support providers’ wireless growth plans
Educational Services

Both segments of this critical market, K-12 and Higher Education, face increasing demands for wired and wireless connectivity in the classroom as well as networked security systems.


The K-12 market encompasses a wide range of education facilities including public and private elementary, secondary, and high schools. More and more educational activities and materials are being placed partially or wholly online. In addition, in the wake of tragedies like the Sandy Hook school shootings many middle and elementary schools have also come to see the need for networked security systems to deter intrusion, vandalism and other criminal behavior.


Higher Education

The larger the school campus, the more complex its connectivity requirements. These include classroom connectivity, library services, mass notification systems in case of emergency, video surveillance using newer higher-megapixel cameras, and access control.

A city school system needs a centrally managed physical security system for its dozens of schools. The existing analog video surveillance suffered from poor video quality, limited storage capacity, lack of networked access to tapes, and other problems. A new Cisco Video Surveillance solution captures high-definition video, provides synchronized timestamps, runs over the school system’s IP network, and provides centralized and vastly increased storage. Security personnel can remotely view archived and real-time video from any web browser.