WiFi

  • Network Cabling Controversy: Zip Ties v. Hook & Loop Ties La Palma More than 210,000 users have watched a YouTube video of our data center operations team cabling a row of server racks in San Jose. More than 95 percent of the ratings left on the video are positive, and more than 160 comments have been posted in response. To some, those numbers probably seem unbelievable, but to anyone who has ever cabled a data center rack or dealt with a poorly cabled data center rack, the time-lapse video is enthralling, and it seems to have catalyzed a healthy debate: At least a dozen comments on the video question/criticize how we organize and secure the cables on each of our server racks. It's high time we addressed this ...
    Posted Mar 31, 2014, 10:45 AM by Unknown user
  • Is Telework the future? Check out this Infographic How far do you think telecommuting would achieve in 5 years?There are already 34 million workers who telecommute at least occasionally in the U.S. According to Forrester research, this figure is expected to swell to 63 million by 2016, fueled by worldwide broadband adoption, better collaboration tools, and growing management experience.posted from :http://biz30.timedoctor.com/is-telework-the-future-check-out-this-infographic-from-staff-com/Irvine WIFI installation contractorInnova Global Technology   (877) 448-4968Local and nationwide projects One point of contact Emergency services Cat 5, Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6a, Fiber Cabling installation Cabling system cleanup and removal Light tenant improvement and construction services Light electrical outlet installation / move and changes Office ...
    Posted Feb 11, 2014, 10:56 AM by Unknown user
  • FIBER OPTIC INSTALLATION -La Habra We are one of the most experienced and established fiber optic installation companies in the South California  metropolitan area.  We specialize in the complete installation of business communication systems with structured voice and data cabling design and infrastructure.We are committed to supplying the equipment and systems which build a scalable network that will meet your company's needs not only today, but for many years in the future.  As a Fiber Optic contractor, in addition to fiber cabling, we work with Cat 5e, Cat 6, Coax, Horizontal Cabling, Backbone Cabling, Server Room,  Data Room Building /  Datacenter Buildouts.Construction services Fiber optic installation Fiber Optic Cable Termination Fiber optic cable splicing Full scope design and maintenance for fiber cabling Aerial ...
    Posted Dec 10, 2013, 2:31 PM by Unknown user
  • An experienced Wi-Fi technician or a structured cabling contractor-Irvine Wi-Fi is the fastest growing and most popular technology that allows an electronic device to exchange data wirelessly over a computer network, including high-speed Internet connections. In the early 2000′s, many cities and businesses around the world announced plans to construct and implement Wi-Fi networks. THIS ISN’T YOUR FATHERS WIFI ANYMORE………  As the commercial population becomes more mobile, two trends have emerged for Wi-Fi solutions to address: 1.Mobile applications now demand more bandwidth – Video and voice applications have increased the demand for pervasive bandwidth…everywhere. 2.Individuals carry multiple wireless devices – With an average corporate mobile device/user ratio approaching 2.7 (laptop, tablet, and/or smartphone), client congestion has become a problem ...
    Posted Dec 5, 2013, 11:17 AM by Unknown user
  • WiFi- Wireless Installation WiFi Wireless Deployment WiFi- Wireless Installation WiFi Wireless Deployment.The wireless networking market is growing rapidly as businesses discover the productivity benefits of going wire-free. The increased mobility that WiFi networks offer has proved beneficial in operations throughout manufacturing facilities, warehouses, transportation depot, hotels, airports, hospitals, colleges, large enterprises, convention centers cities  as well as rural areas. Within the corporation, conference rooms, public areas, and branch offices constitute ideal venues for wireless LANs (WLANs).Irvine WIFI installation contractorInnova Global Technology   (877) 448-4968Local and nationwide projects One point of contact Emergency services Cat 5, Cat 5e, Cat 6, Cat 6a, Fiber Cabling installation Cabling system cleanup and removal Light tenant improvement and construction services Light electrical outlet installation / move and ...
    Posted Nov 26, 2013, 11:29 AM by Unknown user
  • Vancouver School District to start installing Wi-Fi despite protests  The Vancouver School District plans to start installing wireless internet service in some schools, despite a warning by the World Health Organization that the signals could be a possible carcinogen. And despite a long list of parent-driven organizations that are trying to get Wi-Fi banned from public schools.School Board Chair Patti Bacchus said the service is being installed because the district is out of step with an educational technology that is increasingly conducted online and with students armed with laptops and smartphones.The initial focus will be on secondary schools but a request for proposals issued last month shows the school district is seeking a contractor to provide service for 100 sites.Last spring the World Health ...
    Posted Nov 11, 2013, 4:49 PM by Unknown user
  • NETWORK CABLING AND INSTALLATION -- Irvine WIFI installation contractor Network cabling today is used for many other purposes besides computer networking. Network cabling is also used as control cable in Building Maintenance Systems and Access Control Systems. Understanding Cable TypeBefore you can really understand how cable networking works, you need to know about the various cables and how they work. Here is a rundown of the cables that are most commonly used for network cabling:Unshielded/Shielded Twisted Pair – This is the type of cable that is used for many Ethernet networks. Twisted pair cable is limited to 295′ on a horizontal run. Twisted pair cable is used for many applications. Standard station cabling for computers and VOIP phones, wireless access points, network cameras, access control and building ...
    Posted Nov 7, 2013, 10:57 AM by Unknown user
  • How Do I Install My Wireless Network Access Points? With 802.11n the best practice recognized in the industry is to install the access points (AP) in the room. Installing 802.11n wireless network access points in the hallway introduces a number of issues that can be avoided by just installing them in the room where the wireless clients most likely are found.The reasons for installing access points in the room and the not the hallways are;Interference – To avoid co-channel and adjacent channel interference caused by the efficiencies of 802.11n and MIMO. Too much co-channel or adjacent channel interference will degrade the performance of your wireless network. Installing APs in the room uses walls to buffer the signal to reduce these types of interference ...
    Posted Nov 7, 2013, 10:43 AM by Unknown user
  • The Consultative Role in Data Center Installations Irvine WIFI installation contractor One of our roles in every data center installation is to bridge communication gaps between functional groups so goals can be met to everyone’s satisfaction.That’s a consultative role, one that takes boots on the ground at first, and an ongoing relationship thereafter. At Raritan, we prefer to be on-site at deployments, working side-by-side with customers.Sometimes, the work we do isn’t particularly technical but rather logistical. Knowing, for example, that a customer is going to have 200 racks installed, we make sure that PDUs show up prior to installation so critical dates aren’t missed.Often, PDU installation is only a small part of the process that gets us about 30% of the ...
    Posted Nov 7, 2013, 10:38 AM by Unknown user
  • Wired vs Wireless Networking..Irvine WIFI installation contractor Computer networks for the home and small business can be built using either wired or wireless technology. Wired Ethernet has been the traditional choice in homes, but Wi-Fiwireless technologies are gaining ground fast. Both wired and wireless can claim advantages over the other; both represent viable options for home and other local area networks (LANs).Below we compare wired and wireless networking in five key areas:ease of installationtotal costreliabilityperformancesecurityAbout Wired LANsWired LANs use Ethernet cables and networkadapters. Although two computers can be directly wired to each other using an Ethernet crossover cable, wired LANs generally also require central devices like hubsswitches, or routers to accommodate more computers.For dial ...
    Posted Nov 6, 2013, 9:04 AM by Unknown user
  • Wifi Contractor’s Money Trail - Huntington Beach BOISE — The state Education Department received 10 bids for its controversial high school WiFi contract — including four that were less expensive than the winning bid.Education Networks of America’s price tag — $2,111,655 for the first year, $10,558,275 over five years — was by no means the most expensive bid for the project. But a Twin Falls company, Tek-Hut Inc., submitted two bids that beat the Nashville, Tenn.-based company on price.Tek-Hut was the low bidder on the project, according to documents obtained by Idaho Education News on Wednesday under the state’s Public Records Act. The Education Department released the “scoring documents” used by the nine-person review committee, which voted unanimously to ...
    Posted Nov 4, 2013, 11:42 AM by Unknown user
  • Glenn County schools still waiting for WiFi to be installed..Garden Grove The landscape behind the Glenn County Office of Education buildings in Orland and Willows has yet to change, despite county officials' intentions to already have the two new 100-foot WiFi signal towers in place to boost Internet accessibility for students.The project was suppose to be completed before the start of the school year, but has been delayed, frustrating the Glenn County Board of Education, which approved the project in January."It should have been done yesterday," board President Judy Holzapfel said Wednesday.Glenn County Superintendent of Schools Tracey Quarne said the contractor's previous attempt to get a straight line of sight between the schools and the tower locations using a balloon failed last spring due to wind ...
    Posted Nov 4, 2013, 11:35 AM by Unknown user
  • Be Careful of Cyber Criminals on Free WiFi...Wifi Contractor Fullerton I thought I’d get off the construction talk for a week and talk a little bit about “cyber crime.”  I read an interesting article online today from The Star, a Canadian media company.  The article warned people to be careful about cyber crime while using public WiFi.All too often, when we’re out of our “home” area, we get notified on our mobile devices about “free WiFi.”  Unfortunately, these WiFi’s are just an easy way for criminals to gain access to your personal information on your mobile phone or tablet – like bank account information.The cyber criminals are very sneaky and disguise themselves in a way that makes them look legitimate.  For instance, some will send text ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2013, 12:09 PM by Unknown user
  • reverse internet connection sharing through virtual wifi router.Wifi Contractor Fountain Valley As a contractor, I have 2 laptops: one is provided by the client (client-laptop) and one is my personal/contractor laptop ("personal-laptop"). Client-laptop has a docking station and a hard-wired LAN connection. I want to share the connection from client-laptop with personal-laptop so that personal laptop can also access the client's databases, intranet sites, etc.I thought of perhaps using a virtual wifi router installed on client-laptop and then connect via wifi from personal-laptop, sharing client-laptop's network connection, but client discourages installing software on client-laptop. Rather, I would like to install the virtual wifi router on personal-laptop and have client-laptop connect to personal-laptop's virtual ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2013, 11:05 AM by Unknown user
  • Idaho alters school WiFi deal under pressure from lawmakers..Wifi Contractor Dana Point BOISE – Under pressure from legislators, the state Education Department and the company it selected to provide WiFi to high schools statewide have agreed that payment should be made only for services provided.The change marks a major shift in a controversial contract with Education Networks of America that would have paid the Nashville-based company a flat fee regardless of how many schools it served. Savings could drop the value of the total contract from $2.11 million to $1.89 million for the first year and key lawmakers say other potential changes could be in the works.“To me, it made no sense being charged the same whether one school signed up or every school signed up,” said Senate ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2013, 10:55 AM by Unknown user
  • Four bidders beat WiFi contractor’s price .. Cypress WiFi contractor The state Education Department received 10 bids for its controversial high school WiFi contract — including four that were less expensive than the winning bid.Education Networks of America‘s price tag — $2,111,655 for the first year, $10,558,275 over five years — was by no means the most expensive bid for the project. But a Twin Falls company, Tek-Hut Inc., submitted two bids that beat the Nashville, Tenn.-based company on price.Tek-Hut was the low bidder on the project, according to documents obtained by Idaho Education News on Wednesday under the state’s Public Records Act. The Education Department released the“scoring documents” used by the nine-person review committee, which voted unanimously to award ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2013, 10:35 AM by Unknown user
  • Telecommunications products supplyand installation and maintenance Fiber Telecommunications products supplyand installation and maintenance Fiber optic network.Dedicated to building, troubleshooting and enhancing LAN ,WAN ,WDM,FTTH Networks,As well as providing custom cables, network hardware and accessories.Sells and installs wireless LAN's for home and small office computer networks.Supports a range of sites in the area of large data centres along with cabling networks also spanning campus installations. Structured cabling design and installation. Wireless LANs and network solutions.A network infrastructure service provider, providing expertise, products and support.Offers networking, service and support. Includes technical notes and service information.Specialize in the installation and maintenance of  Following type have exprience   NETWORKING SERVICE PROVIDER-OFC ,LAN,WAN,MAN,wi-fi,In Buliding networks,GSM CDMA ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2013, 10:19 AM by Unknown user
  • Wifi Contractor’s Money Trail..Wifi Contractor Buena Park Education Networks of Idaho — the recipient of a state WiFi contract that will be worth more than $2.1 million in 2013-14 and could run for 15 years — has been an active player in Idaho campaign finance. The Nashville, Tenn.-based company contributed $38,750 in the 2010 and 2012 election cycles. A few fast facts:The biggest benefactor was state schools superintendent Tom Luna, who announced the contract Wednesday. He received $5,500 during his 2010 re-election campaign, and has received another $500 since then.Gov. Butch Otter received $3,000 during the 2010 campaign, and has received $1,250 since then.The biggest benefactor in the Legislature: Senate Education Committee Chairman John Goedde, who has received ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2013, 11:01 AM by Unknown user
  • WiFi contractor agrees to restructure deal..Brea The state’s WiFi contractor has agreed to restructure its deal.The restructuring could cut the state’s costs. The move also figures to reduce — but probably won’t eliminate — the cost gap between the winning bidder and the low bidder on the controversial project.Betsy Russell of the Spokane Spokesman-Review reported Friday on the restructuring deal. Education Networks of America will now be paid based on the number of high schools and junior high schools that sign up for the state-provided wireless service — or, more precisely, the number of students who will ultimately have access to WiFi. Originally, the Nashville, Tenn.-based company agreed to a flat fee of $2.11 million for 2013-14, regardless of ...
    Posted Sep 16, 2013, 2:35 PM by Unknown user
  • Wireless Wifi Hotspot Installation Contractor..Anaheim  Networks is national provider of wired and wireless network infrastructure services. We offer a "single point of contact" / "one stop shop" resource center for all your organization's network infrastructure needs.has built a reputation of delivering diverse technical solutions to both Fortune 1000 clients as well as government clients. Leveraging a robust nationwide footprint, Networks can deliver a broad range of telecommunications and networking services of exceptional quality at competitive prices. Our unique experience in multi-vendor, multi-technology, multi-service networks makes us the ideal choice for projects that require an in-depth, hands-on understanding of network planning and deployment.Networks, Inc. offers the following services:Structured Cabling InstallationsCat 3 Cat 5 Cat 5e Cat 6 Cat ...
    Posted Sep 16, 2013, 2:19 PM by Unknown user
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