Month: April 2017

Network Peering

UNDERSTANDING PEERING

What is peering? Peering is a procedure of traffic exchange between different internet service providers (or ISPs). This is where larger ISPs with their own transmission line (backbone) networks allows traffic from other large ISPs. This is in exchange for similar traffic on their backbones as well. Therefore, traffic exchange with smaller ISPs

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Network Managed Services

HOW NETWORK MANAGED SERVICES CAN SAVE YOUR BUSINESS

AHOW NETWORK MANAGED SERVICES CAN SAVE YOUR BUSINESS Since its 1995 debut, the sole purpose of creating Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) is to provide phone services over the internet. Thus benefiting business sectors for its corporate phone system usage over the years. As VoIP continues to expand and develop, many have seen

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WIRELESS SURVEY

ENHANCING YOUR WI-FI CONNECTIVITY

ENHANCING YOUR WI-FI CONNECTIVITY Wi-Fi signals can be sluggish at times. Whether you are a big corporation or a start-up, bad connectivity can really test your patience and make you want to throw the router out the window. Here’s why your Wi-Fi signal is slow. We also give you the ultimate solution for a consistent wireless connectivity.

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