Wireless Solutions for the Bay Area

SF WiFi is now a Mist Systems Wireless reseller

SF WiFi is now a Mist Systems Wireless reseller

We specialize in high capacity wireless solutions for the Enterprise, Hospitality, and SMB industries. Our designs, installations, and site surveys ensure seamless reliable WiFi for our clients.

Client list includes:
Event WiFi
Hotel WiFi
Airplane hanger
Shopping centers
RV Park
Camp Grounds
High Capacity Startups
Business Parks
Point to Point

Contact SF WiFi for more information: info@sf-wifi.com

Recent Project: Coventry Inn San Francisco

The Coventry Inn is centrally located between the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco’s Cow Hollow district. The Coventry Inn offers the discriminating traveler affordable comfort and personal service in a location convenient to all parts of San Francisco.

Coventry Inn Site

Business Park WiFi

Rosewood Commons – redefining the idea of a “headquarter campus”

SF WiFi designed and installed a wireless network to support tenant and guest wireless access across the entire campus and conference center to support 500 plus wireless users

Project Highlights:

6 building campus totaling over 1 million square feet
Outdoor for lunch, seating areas, bocce, basketball, volleyball, putting green, fire pit,
On-site Thrive cafe including a full Peet’s coffee operation
and gaming area

Conference center with auditorium and meeting rooms

Requirements: High capacity wireless solution, Outdoor and Indoor wireless coverage, Conference center WiFi


Room Service 2016

Holiday Inn Express in Redwood City
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley—less than 25 miles from downtown San Francisco and San Jose—the Holiday Inn Express in Redwood City offers easy access to shopping, dining, entertainment, and business destinations for vacationers and business visitors.

Project Description
With a clientele consisting of tech-savvy leisure and business travelers, the Holiday Inn Express needed a robust wireless network to provide free WiFi access in all guest rooms and suites, as well as the hotel’s public areas. A wireless network was also crucial for operation of the hotel’s high-tech helper, a robot which relies on WiFi to navigate the hallways for deliveries to the proper guest rooms.

Our Solution
SF WiFi designed and installed a secure network that provided complete wireless signal coverage, high-speed Internet access,
high user capacity, and rate limiting bandwidths for each guest. For
a truly worry-free WiFi system, we also conduct remote
monitoring, on-call troubleshooting/tech support, and routine
maintenance to ensure the network is operating smoothly . With
SF WiFi’s solution in place, the Holiday Inn Express is able to offer
the high-tech amenities that visitors to Silicon Valley have come to
expect, and a little something more.


robot holiday-inn-express

Upcoming event: The Intersect Symposium

The Intersect, a global symposium presented by CRE // Tech, returns to San Francisco on June 16, 2016 (http://cretechintersect.com/#about). The event brings together leaders from the commercial real estate (CRE) industry to discuss and learn about emerging and innovative technologies. Through live demos and presentations by the industry’s thought leaders, CRE professionals get a glimpse of the latest technologies and their effects on the CRE market.
CRE // Tech, the event’s organizer, contacted SF WiFi to provide wireless services for the symposium’s 150+ users and the exhibitors.
This project required a robust WiFi system to support the CRE professionals attending the symposium, the event speakers, and the numerous applications that will be demonstrated at the exhibitor booths.  SF WiFi installed a wireless solution that offered enterprise-specific features such as channel interference avoidance, rate limiting, power over Ethernet, and mesh access points in locations that could not accommodate network cables. The result? A hassle-free, worry-free event WiFi system that allowed the event organizer to focus on innovative CRE technologies, not worry about wireless service issues.