Over the past few decades, the internet and WiFi quickly went from commodities to necessities. This technology has also improved in quality, speed, and ability. Of course, as the capabilities of the internet and WiFi increase, businesses and individuals need to ensure that their equipment and networks can handle the upgrades. Fortunately, Network Connections Inc offers the perfect WiFi installer to help with all of your network and WiFi upgrades. Continue reading below to learn about the network and equipment we may need to upgrade to have your WiFi operating in tip-top shape.
Types of Connections Used by Installers
Nowadays, most businesses and home connections will use cable or fiber optic services. Both of these are perfectly capable connections for most tasks. However, if there is a lot of heavy traffic or data that needs to be sent over long distances, then fiber will typically be the more robust option. Fiber optic cable carries signals over a much larger space than most cable connections before losing speed. Internet service providers usually have multiple tiers of connection speed to choose from. This is another factor that businesses must consider when installing WiFi connections. The last thing a company wants is to have daily, critical tasks delayed by slow internet speeds.
Cabling for Network WiFi
Cabling is a massive part of any network, WiFi or not. It can make a huge difference in how well your WiFi network works, as it needs to have correct paths for signals and data travel. There are two primary methods of cabling, with the first of these being point-to-point. This is when equipment, devices, etc., are interconnected using “jumper” cables. A cable running from a device to every device it needs to connect with can quickly become a tangled mess. Here at Network Connections, we use the second cabling method, called structured cabling. This is when devices and equipment are connected to a central control unit, making for a much more efficient network and much less needed cables. Even better, the main control unit can be used to make any changes, additions, and more.
The Right Router and Modem Can Make All the Difference in your wifi network
Regarding WiFi networks and signals, the right router and modem can make a difference. An internet service provider will typically offer their modem and router, but these are not top of the line. Depending on the traffic and flow of a business, it may be a better idea to upgrade to more efficient equipment.
Are You Looking For a Quality WiFi Installer for Your Business?
If you need a WiFi installer that can handle everything from beginning to end, then Network Connections Inc is here to help. We have worked in this field for multiple decades, allowing us to become experts in everything network WiFi. As a result, network Connections have helped numerous businesses improve network efficiency, and we hope to do the same for you. If you have any questions about our services or installation, please call us at (215) 442-5533.
We look forward to hearing from you and helping your business install a top-of-the-line WiFi network.