Wi-Fi



Big Box Companies Hit the Home Control Market with In-Home Sales Efforts

Serge Lombardi

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On September 27th In Home Control,System Sales Tips & Marketing Concepts
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As you may have seen in the news or on social media recently, big box stores have begun to hire sales teams and are training them to become field representatives to sell many of their products and services which include Home Control, A/V, and Security.  These deep-pocket companies believe that having sales personnel who can [...]

Come See ADI at InfoComm 2017

ADI Global Distribution

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On June 14th In Events
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If you are at InfoComm 2017, then do not miss everything there is to see at ADI’s newly redesigned booth! (#743). Stop by to learn how ADI can help introduce you to new technologies that will help you gain additional revenue streams by expanding into new markets.  

Don’t Miss ADI at InfoComm 2017

Cynthia Menna

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On June 8th In A/V,Access,ADI Corporate Messages,Audio/Video,Communications,Events,Home Control,Intrusion
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InfoComm 2017 is here, and if you are going to be at the show in Orlando, you won’t want to miss everything there is to see at the ADI booth #743. ADI Global Distribution is focused on introducing integrators to new technologies that will help them gain additional revenue streams by expanding into new markets as [...]

Be Your Customers’ IT Consultant

David Motz

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On July 15th In IP Solutions,IP Tech Tips,Networking
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It would be safe to say that, smaller companies having fifty or less employees don’t typically have on-site IT personnel to manage their network usage and devices. At the same time employees have broken out of their cubicles using mobile internet connected devices such as laptops, tablets and mobile phones in new work related applications.  [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Wi-Fi Signal Strength Testing Using Smartphone Apps

Stu Tisdale

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On October 8th In Networking
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When planning to use a Wi-Fi connected IP security device such as a camera, door lock, or alarm transmitter it’s critical that technicians test the signal strength of the Wi-Fi network at the exact spot where the security device is going to be installed. As dictated by the FCC, Wi-Fi access points/routers are limited to [...]

Installing Separate Wi-Fi Access Points for Security Devices

Stu Tisdale

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On June 10th In Networking 1 Comment
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With the profusion of smart devices, game consoles, and IPTV boxes our client’s Wi-Fi access points (WAPs) are becoming congested with wireless traffic. Because the typical WAP is programmed to use only one of the eleven available channels, having multiple remote devices on the Wi-Fi simultaneously will slow communications for all wireless devices on the [...]