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Make the right connection: Wired and Wireless Networking
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Wired Network

The advantages in wired networks include low cost and reliability. Although wireless  networking is increasing in popularity there are times when a wired network is the right choice. Whether you need a new installation or an existing network extended, contact us for advice, installation and configuration

Wireless Network

Need flexibility of movement with your Laptop, don't want wires all over your home or Business premises? Then a wireless network is the best solution. Installing and securing a wireless network can be difficult, contact us to install and configure your wireless network and to make sure it is secure. 

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VoIP 

What is VoIP? Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that allows you to make telephone calls using a broadband internet connection instead of a regular or phone line.  Some services using VoIP may only allow you to call other people using the same service, but others may allow you to call anyone who has a telephone number, including local, long distance, mobile and international calls.

Skype 

With Skype software, users can make free calls over the internet to anyone else with skype. Its free and easy to download and works on most computers. Visit www.skype.com for further details on the benefits of Skype. skype

NTL/Telewest 

High speed Internet from your cable TV provider. We have everything you need to share your cable modem service from NTL or Telewest.

Cable modem services are high speed Internet over a co-axial cable which your cable TV signal also comes over. Only available in the UK via NTL or Telewest. All cable modem services come with a cable modem already, so you just need a router to connect to it and share your connection. We have a great range of wireless and wired routers to choose from. 

ADSL 

ADSL is high speed Internet access over your phone line. ADSL is not just for the home, it is great for the home office or small office.

With ADSL speeds constantly increasing and more homes now having two or more computers, sharing your ADSL service between them makes sense. The best way to share your ADSL service is with an ADSL router. An ADSL router will manage the Internet connection for you, even when all PCs are switched off, and includes a firewall to protect every computer from the Internet.


Make the right connection:  contact us for advice, installation and configuration of your network.

 

 
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