We help you connect to the Internet
Wireless network allow you to connect laptops, printers, smartphones, and other mobile devices to your home Internet service without an Ethernet cable.Once you’ve set up your computer, you’ll probably want to get Internet access so you can send and receive emails, browse the Web, watch movies, listen to music, Skype, Facebook with your friends, and more.
Services we offer
- Setup a Wi-Fi network
- Setup access point (or hotspot) indoor and outdoor
- Select a wireless router
- Connect the cables
- Configure your router
- Configure Network Name setting
- Configure Network Password setting
- Configure WPA2 encryption – this is generally considered to be the most secure
- Test to make sure your printer, computers, laptops, and all your mobile devices are working as expected
- Document all your Wi-Fi Network settings that we’re responsible for
3 types of Networking for your home and business
Many devices can use Wi-Fi, e.g. personal computers, video-game consoles, smartphones, digital cameras, iPad, iPhone, tablet computers and digital audio players. These can connect to a network resource such as the Internet via a wireless network access point.
- Wireless personal area networks (WPANs)
- Wireless local area network (WLAN)
- Wireless wide area networks (WAN)
The most common wired networks use cables connected to Ethernet ports on the network router on one end and to a computer or other device on the cable’s opposite end. Large homes require faster and more reliable network than just a wireless. We provide a fast and reliable network system for your home and business.
We offer a few types of low voltage data wiring:
- CAT 5E
- CAT 6
Each home and its network is different. We offer consultation services and help you figure out exactly what you need. Our consultants will help you develop an expandable plan for your home network that will meet your requirements for today and the future.
We support all major Internet providers in San Francisco Bay Area
We’re very familiar with the Internet providers listed below. We will help you with all questions you may have.
It all depends on where you live and how much speed you need. Internet service providers (ISPs) usually offer different levels of speed based on your needs. If you’re mainly using the Internet for email and social networking, a slower connection might be all you need. However, if you want to download a lot of music or watch streaming movies, you’ll want a faster connection.