Networking



Don’t Miss the ADI Security Solutions Pavilion and More at InfoComm

Marco Cardazzi

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On June 2nd In Access,ADI Corporate Messages,Audio/Video,Intrusion,IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,Networking,Tools,Video Surveillance
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InfoComm 2016 is here and if you are going to be at the show in Las Vegas you won’t want to miss everything there is to see at the ADI booth #C5423. We invite you to come see and test some of the latest technologies in IP Solutions, Pro A/V, Outdoor Displays, Retail, and Hospitality Solutions. Keeping […]

Don’t Miss ADI at ISC West 2016

John Sullivan

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On March 23rd In ADI Corporate Messages,Audio/Video,Communications,Events,Fire,Intrusion,IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,Networking,Video Surveillance
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Featuring the First Ever ADI Sponsored AV Pavilion If you are going to be at the 2016 ISC West show in Las Vegas you won’t want to miss everything there is to see at the ADI booth #12031. We invite you to come see and test some of the latest technologies in IP Networking, Access […]

Wireless Controllers and Roaming: What You Need to Know

Brannon Young

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On January 19th In IP Solutions,IP Tech Tips,Networking
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Designing a wireless network that cost-effectively delivers seamless roaming can be a real challenge. As a custom installer, it’s important to understand some of the intricacies of Wi-Fi in order to provide the best roaming experience to your customers without breaking the bank. As with any discussion about roaming, it’s important to first understand that […]

Packet Loss and “Fast” Broadband Internet Services

Kavita Boodram

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On January 11th In IP Tech Tips,Networking
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We are currently in the midst of a technological boom the likes of which has yet to be seen in our lifetimes. With the unprecedented growth of IP-enabled devices, smart phones, Netflix, and internet-based services such as Uber, it seems like there is some kind of new IP-based service or product introduced to the market […]

Maximized Wi-Fi to Solve Potential Problems when using Wi-Fi IP Devices and IP Cameras

David Motz

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On December 15th In IP Solutions,IP Surveillance Video,IP Tech Tips,Networking
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As most all residential and commercial clients now have Wi-Fi availability, our industry has seen an increase in the demand for, and potential usage of Wi-Fi Enabled Cameras and IP Devices. Wi-Fi availability makes the connection of a camera to a client’s LAN quick and simple with no need to run wires through the building […]

The Future of Ethernet

David Motz

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On November 3rd In IP Surveillance Video,Networking,Wire and Cable
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The Ethernet Alliance is a US-based nonprofit organization that works to set the standards for Ethernet communications over networks. This past March they released their 2015 Ethernet Roundup which detailed the future types of Ethernet that are being developed. Ethernet is the world’s most commonly used network technology. Ethernet standards have evolved over the past […]

PoE Network Switch Power Calculations and Usage

Garrett Savage

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On October 27th In IP Tech Tips,Networking
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In most green field installations where new Cat5e/6 UTP cable will be installed to connect remote IP cameras and devices it only makes sense to use the PoE powering option that most major vendors are building into their medium to high-end IP cameras and devices. With PoE only one cable is needed to provide both […]

Surge Protectors May Not Be Enough

Kavita Boodram

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On August 20th In Networking,Power
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Network equipment such as PCs, servers, and network switches can have their performance disrupted by AC power outages along with fluctuations in the current being provided to the devices. Common AC problems include “surges” where the voltage increases and then drops back to normal. Sag, sometimes called a “brownout,” is an event where the voltage […]

Maximizing Wi-Fi Functionality

David Motz

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On June 30th In Networking
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To get the best performance from high-performance Wi-Fi Access Points (WAPs), installation companies should take careful consideration of the type of cable and connectors used for network connection, placement of the WAPs in the client’s building, and their potential usage. For cabling, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) standards call for a minimum of one Cat6 cable […]

Don’t Miss ADI at InfoComm 2015

Randy Blanchard

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On June 10th In ADI Corporate Messages,Audio/Video,Intrusion,IP Surveillance Video,Networking
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Are you heading down to Orlando next week for InfoComm 2015? If so, make sure you stop by the ADI booth #3900 to see and test some of the latest technologies in commercial A/V, video surveillance, intrusion, IP, networking, storage, and more! Our team will be waiting for you to show you how you can […]