RESOLUTE Partners, in conjunction with its partner FourPoints Technology, has been selected to perform a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Site Survey for the new Ralph H Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center CBOC located in Savannah, GA in VISN 7. The Savannah network will be designed to provide data, voice and Location Based Services (LBS) throughout the facility.
RESOLUTE Partners is pleased to announce that it was chosen by the Connecticut Army National Guard to design and install Wi-Fi network service at the Regional Training Institute at Camp Niantic, a National Guard training center in Groton, Connecticut.
Over the years, we've experienced several instances where incandescent and LED lighting has interfered with Wi-Fi signals. As technology changes and the push for energy saving measures grow, many businesses have changed to LED lighting and can be causing some moderate performance issues with their Wi-Fi.
While most of you have heard of a site survey, you may not know about a Pre-Site Survey Questionnaire (PSSQ. This survey assesses project goals, key players and decision makers, budget/funding, time line, network usage, building infrastructure and many other complications, that might come up. This information is essential for planning, network design and a cost effective execution. While not proprietary, we utilize this document for every project and it's refered to throughout the entire process and is why it's essential to have a pre-site survey before a site survey is performed.
Can’t get the big capital expenditure approved for a new or upgrades wireless infrastructure needed for your buildings or campus? Start thinking of Wi-Fi as a service.
You've decided it's time to update your Radio Frequency (RF) wireless network to take advantage of the latest technologies such as dual radio APs, enhanced throughput and improved device connectivity. Moreover, you've realized that with the growing use of BYO wireless devices, it's critically important that your network can support your enterprise applications as well as your users’ personal wireless devices.
No, it's not a typo. We said Wi-FM. As wireless spectrum continues to become more and more scarce, to the point where there are now incentives for federal agencies to give some up, and connection issues continue to plague users, researchers are looking for ways to extend wireless access and make it faster through different means - like radio frequencies.
To date, much of the conversations around Internet of Things, or IoT, have been forward thinking and positive in nature. However, US Department of Homeland Security is looking at the other side of IoT - security - and getting serious about protecting the technology and data devices, like EMCS (energy management control systems), web enabled TV/Moniors, video cameras and more, are sharing.
Governor Dannel Malloy recently announced that Connecticut is the first state to officially end chronic homelessness for veterans according to the federal government.