Structured and Siklu MultiHaul radios deliver large-scale, interference-free point-to-point (P2P) and point-to-multipoint (P2MP) communication for environmentally challenged businesses. When ingested by horses and cattle, high-quality Alfalfa and Timothy hay provide excellent nutritional benefits. Unfortunately, sensitive Wi-Fi gear doesn’t fare as well on the same diet. Regardless of the commodity, agribusinesses face unique technology challenges compared to other industries. Distance, pollen and dust are aggravating factors that occur on every agricultural campus – and the network simply must work in spite of them. Faced with that fact, guaranteeing robust and reliable network connectivity on a large, bustling agribusiness campus can be a challenging and expensive undertaking. Often, the technology must be ruggedized and specialized to deal with the relatively harsh environmental conditions associated with farming, ranching and other kinds of agribusiness. The backstory One of Structured’s foremost agribusiness clients, a leading exporter of hay and straw, faced exactly this dilemma. Their specific problem? Providing both wired and wireless network connectivity within five large barns and three office buildings, while also providing outdoor Wi-Fi. Their goal was to offer network connectivity capable of providing internet access for employees, guests, VoIP phones, security cameras, barcode scanners, and IoT devices such as scales and…