With ever-increasing speeds being rolled out on mobile networks and broadband now being the standard for most domestic users, the question of how a business should connect to the internet is even more complicated than it used
This is one of those things that you won’t believe until you see the results for yourself. I mean, developed around 1995, VoIP is a relatively new technology. Initially, it only focused on long distance and international
Domestic computer networks can sometimes be as complex as small office ones, depending on the amount of net-enabled devices that you want to run. Smart phones, printers, tablets, notebooks and televisions can all demand access to your
WiFi technology is evolving with each passing day. The famous technology vendor Huawei confirmed that they ran a new 802.11ax WiFi standard over five Gigahertz frequency bands, thereby hitting speed of more than 10 Gigabits per second.
In today’s world, where so much effort and time is getting invested in technological progress, no one would probably think about ‘WHY’ to opt for Wi-Fi? Wi-Fi is the popular trademark name of wireless technology which enables
“Blazing fast!” “Lightning speed!” Such promises are routinely declared by various providers of broadband service. But what speed really is considered to be fast? And, would you even know it if you had fast broadband service…or didn’t