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Event WiFi at the Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds

Wintek offers custom network solutions and connectivity tailored for event success.

Fast, reliable and secure wireless internet

Say goodbye to connectivity woes and embrace seamless networking solutions designed exclusively for your upcoming event at the Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds.

Whether it’s a corporate conference, expo, convention, trade show, or community gathering, trust Wintek Business Solutions to elevate your event with unparalleled connectivity.

Design a custom solution perfectly tailored to your event

Uninterrupted internet access for your attendees.

Custom WiFi name (SSID) to bolster brand recognition or entice sponsor interaction.

Robust network infrastructure perfect for point-of-sale transactions, live streaming, live demos and more.
Expert, local technical support to ensure a seamless event when your event needs it the most.
Smooth operation and collaboration from setup to teardown.

Tippecanoe Fairgrounds Event WiFi Package Pricing

Basic Package

No Cost to Event Planners

Premium Package

$600 for the first day
$200 for each subsequent day

À La Carte Options

Priced Individually

Frequently asked questions

A hardwired internet connection refers to a physical connection between a device and a network through cables, as opposed to a wireless connection. Hardwired connections tend to be more stable and reliable than wireless connections. They are also less prone to interference and signal degradation, ensuring a consistent internet connection throughout an event.

Hardwired connections offer higher bandwidth compared to wireless connections, which is crucial for events that require high-speed internet access for activities such as live streaming, video conferencing, point-of-sale purchases, or online ticketing. Wired connections are generally considered more secure than wireless connections since they are not susceptible to unauthorized access or interference from outside sources. This is especially important for events where sensitive data may be transmitted over the network.

With a hardwired connection, event planners can ensure consistent internet access for all attendees and vendors, regardless of the number of devices connected or the location within the venue. Event planners have more control over the network infrastructure with a hardwired connection. They can easily manage and prioritize traffic, troubleshoot connectivity issues, and enforce security protocols as needed.

A dedicated internet connection refers to an internet connection that is exclusively allocated to a specific user or entity, rather than being shared among multiple users. In essence, it provides a dedicated and dedicated bandwidth to the subscriber, ensuring consistent and reliable internet access. Essentially, crucial connections for live streams or other necessary event connections would not be affected by the number of wireless users at the event.

A custom SSID, or Service Set Identifier, is essentially the name of a Wi-Fi network. It’s what you see when you look for available Wi-Fi networks on your device. By default, WiFi at the fairgrounds is named “Free Wintek WiFi.”

A custom SSID, on the other hand, is a unique name that you can set for your Wi-Fi network. It allows you to personalize the network and make it easily identifiable to users.

Using a custom SSID for an event can be beneficial for several reasons:

  • Branding: You can use the event name or a related slogan as the SSID, which helps reinforce your brand and makes the Wi-Fi network feel more connected to the event.
  • Security: A unique SSID can make it easier for attendees to identify the legitimate Wi-Fi network associated with the event, reducing the likelihood of connecting to a rogue network or falling victim to phishing attacks.
  • Ease of Use: A custom SSID can make it easier for attendees to find and connect to the event’s Wi-Fi network among other available networks, especially in crowded areas where multiple networks might be present.
  • Information: You can include useful information in the SSID, such as the event date or location, which can help attendees quickly identify the correct network to join.
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