Network Speed Check

August 2, 2023

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Project Description

This week, we had the opportunity to collaborate with one of our clients to fine-tune their network speeds, ensuring seamless operations and enhanced productivity.

Our skilled technician performed a thorough network speed check, and found some interesting results. In one location, our client achieved an average download/upload rate of 128mb/36mbs, while the other location boasted an impressive 302mb/38mbs. But what do these numbers signify?

Let's dive into the technicalities! The download/upload rates, measured in megabits per second (mbps), represent the speed at which data flows between the internet and your devices. Higher numbers equate to faster connections, translating into smoother browsing, quicker downloads, and uninterrupted streaming experiences.

In light of these findings, we offered some valuable insights to ensure flawless connectivity during crucial moments, such as important meetings. One effective option we recommended was for users to directly connect to the network while inside the building, instead of remoting in via WiFi. This approach can significantly improve bandwidth availability and lead to a more stable and efficient connection.

Though we cherish staying interconnected, multiple users accessing the WiFi can consume substantial bandwidth, potentially leading to connectivity issues. By choosing to be directly connected, our client could enjoy a buttery-smooth network experience, with minimal disruptions.

Stay tuned for more exciting projects and technology insights! If you'd like to explore ways to enhance your network speeds or require any tech assistance, don't hesitate to reach out. Our team of experts is always here to help you thrive in the digital world.

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