In today’s business world, having great Wi-Fi isn’t a luxury -it’s a necessity. Businesses, with their varying needs, have personal requirements for what constitutes great Wi-Fi. For some small businesses, consumer-grade Wi-Fi may be sufficient, but many find that business-grade Wi-Fi is more appropriate. As companies grow, there becomes a tipping point where business-grade is necessary. So how do you know if your business is ready for business-grade Wi-Fi? Ask yourself the following questions to find out.
With the Ashley Madison hack recently making headlines, it has shed a little light on the flip side of web browsing – the dark web. At the risk of oversimplifying things, the web can be divided into two parts: the visible web that we typically use for social media, conducting searches, and other day-to-day internet activities and the dark web, which lies beneath the surface and is rarely seen. There, in that darker layer of the internet, things aren’t indexed for public use and general operations are far more mysterious to the average computer user.
In a 2012 press release, Huawei Marine Networks Co., Ltd. announced a construction contract for the Hibernia Atlantic’s Global Financial Network (GFN) Project Express. The Project Express is expected to go be ready for service during the summer of 2013. The system will provide connectivity between New York and London, initially using 40G technology with upgrades to 100G planned in the future. In November 2011, the joint project between Hibernia Atlantic, Huawei, and Huawei Marine, successfully completed the first 100G transatlantic cable connection between Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada to Southport, England.