|Posted on January 1, 2017 at 9:10 PM|
Cable Network Solutions provides professional product assembly! We assemble a wide range of products. Our professionals have years of experience assembling everything from fitness equipment to IKEA furniture. If it comes in a box, chances are we will assemble it. Lots of products come in a box in several pieces that need to be assembled. Often these products come with extremely confusing instructions with little to no direction. In addition, some products require special tools that are not readily available. This can cause several frustrating hours to assemble your item before you can even enjoy it. Why not have Cable Network Solutions assemble it for you!
Our Professionals have the experience and the right tools to assemble your product as quickly and as safely as possible. We will unbox your item, ensure all of the pieces are available and in good condition, and assemble it for you, so you can focus on enjoying your new gear in no time. If you do not have the time, the right tools, or simply do not want to deal with the headache of complicated assembly with confusing intructions, give us a call at 513-310-3740 and we will send a professional assembler to your location as soon as possible. Below is a list of some of the items we assemble. Remember if it comes in a box, chances are we will assemble it.
Exercise Equipment Assembly, Trampolines Assembly, Grill Assembly, Media Center Assembly, Bookcase Assembly, Play Set Assembly, Patio Furniture Assembly, IKEA Furniture Assembly, Shed Assembly, Pergola Assembly, Basketball Hoop Assembly, Mailbox Installation, Exercise Bike Assembly, Rowing Machine Assembly, Elliptical Assembly, Bike Assembly, Table Tennis Assembly, Dresser Assembly, Home Gym Assembly, Pool Table Assembly, Bed Assembly, Crib Assembly, Office Chair Assembly, TV Stand Assembly, Media Storage Assembly, Air Hockey Table Assembly, Foosball Table Assembly, Buffet Assembly, Table Assembly, Bar Stool Assembly, Desk Assembly, Dining Set Assemby, Office Furniture Assembly, Baby Gate Assembly, Kitchen Pantry Assembly, Cabinet Assembly, Storage Shelves Assembly, Storage Shed Assembly, Dining Chair Assembly, Patio Heater Assembly, Futon Assembly, Storage Bench Assembly, Kitchen Island Assembly, Sofa Assembly, Weight Bench Assemby, and More!
Contact Us now to have your item professionally assembled by our team!
|Posted on April 4, 2016 at 1:15 PM|
Wi-Fi is great in most circumstances. It allows to have a wireless connection as far as your router can reach. However, it does have some drawbacks. Wireless is prone to interference. If you were to google wireless interference, your search results will show a long list of things that can cause wireless issues. Anything from brick walls, microwave ovens, your neighbor's Wi-Fi networks, baby monitors, and the list goes on. For someone that is a heavy data user, Wi-Fi may not be good enough. Sure your bandwidth speed may be great. You may have subscribed to 50 Mbps Internet service and expect super fast speeds. This is definitley more than the average user needs. However, Bandwidth may not be the issue. Latency could be slowing down your connection and your Wi-Fi network will have a higher latency than a wired connection due to the interferneces.
The amount of Bandwidth you have determines how much data can be transferred per second. Latency on the other hand is the delay. Latency is how long it takes for data to transfer from its source to its destination. So while you may be able to transfer a lot of data with you 50 Mbps connection, the delay for that transfer to reach from the source to its destination may be slowing you down. This is most often noticed when video chatting with someone or while playing online games. Ever vidoe chat and find yourself talking at the same time as the other end user? Or maybe played a first person shooter game and noticed the enemy was gone before you even have a chance to shoot. These are both examples of Latency.
If this is an issue you regularly experience, it may be better to have a wired connection. Cable Network Solutions can help. We can run Cat5e or Cat6 cable from your router or switch to the location of your networked device. This will create a better connection and significantly reduce the Latency you experience. Whether you just need one Ethernet run or multiple locations, Cable Network Solutions can help keep you connected. Call us today to schedule an appointment at 513-310-3740. cablenetworksolutions.com
|Posted on January 13, 2016 at 7:00 PM|
As some of you may know, 802.11ac is the new standard for Wi-Fi. Although it has been around for a few years, it has gained much more popularity over the past year since it has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. This new Wi-Fi standard is now being built into routers, televisions, computers, tablets, smart phones, and virtually any Wi-Fi connected device available. Here are a few quick things to know about the 802.11ac standard.
- Compatibility. It is backwards compatible so your existing Wi-Fi devices will work just fine.
- Speed. 802.11ac Wi-Fi speeds have been cited at 1.3 Gbps. This is much faster than its predecessor, 802.11n which has speeds at .45 Gbps. Of course these speeds are theoretical. In the real world environment, 802.11ac reaches speeds around 250-300 mbps and 802.11n reaches around 50-150 Mbps. These speeds can range depending on interferences such as walls and the distance you are from the network device. However, 802.11ac is still much faster than its predecessor.
- Range. Probably the most impressive feature of the 802.11ac standard is the range. It uses the 5GHz frequency which has less interference than the 2.4 GHz frequencey found in most 802.11N Wi-Fi devices. In addition, 802.11ac incorporates beamforming. This specification detects where devices are and intensifies its signal in that direction as oppose to the older standard which just sends its Wi-Fi signal out in all directions equally.