Whether it’s at home, work, a coffee shop, or a retail store…Wi-Fi is everywhere. Wi-Fi is so important in the production of our everyday life, yet can be very difficult to understand and even manage. You’re invited to attend our 30-minute crash course webinar on everything Wi-Fi. On August 30th, we’ll cover all the important basics and help you obtain the needed knowledge to make sure your organization’s Wi-Fi is operating to the best of its ability.

The FREE webinar will cover the following topics:

• Wi-Fi History
• Differences between 2.4GHz and 5GHz
• Fundamentals of Design
• Consumer, Prosumer, and Enterprise Equipment
• And more!

Make sure to join ProviNET Solutions Wi-Fi experts Matt Rivard (Network Engineer) and Tim Bakker (Solutions Architect) on Thursday, August 30th at 12PM EST / 11AM CST to learn more about the basics of Wi-Fi history, fundamentals of design, and equipment.

Win an Aruba Access Point ALL AUGUST LONG!

Win an Access Point Each Wednesday in August

Join us each Wednesday in August as we will be giving away an Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company​ Access Point. We’ll be asking a trivia question during Facebook Live at 11:00 AM CST. The first person to correctly comment will win!

Week 1 (August 8, 2018)

Trivia Question: Modern Wi-Fi connects on two frequency bands. One band is 2.4GHz, what is the other band? 


Winner: Terri O from Arizona

Week 2 (August 15, 2018)

Trivia Question: We’ve seen several iterations of Wi-Fi technology, from 802.11a, to b, to g, to N and now 802.11ac. What is speculated to be the next mainstream standard? 

ANSWER: 802.11ax

Winner:  Jackson from Illinois

Week 3 (August 22, 2018)

Trivia Question: MIMO is a method for multiplying the capacity of a radio link using multiple transmit and receive antennas. What does the MIMO acronym stand for?

ANSWER: Multiple In and Multiple Output

Winner: Joshua from New Hampshire

Week 3 (August 29, 2018)

Trivia Question: Wi-Fi is pretty mainstream across the world today, but back in 1971 a US state was the first to pioneer WiFi. What state was that?

ANSWER: Hawaii

Winner: Kevin from Illinois

Mailbag Mondays

Episode 3: Mailbag Monday – How to Achieve a Stronger Wi-Fi Signal – August 6th, 2018

This week on #provinetmailbagmonday we discuss how you can achieve a stronger Wi-Fi signal in your office.

Have a question? Submit it today to provinetmailbag@provinet.com.

Episode 4: Mailbag Monday – Improving Wi-Fi Across Several Auditoriums on Campus- August 13, 2018

This week on #provinetmailbagmonday we provide a solution on how to improve Wi-Fi signals for several auditoriums on a campus.

Have a question? Submit it today to us at provinetmailbag@provinet.com.

Episode 5: Mailbag Monday – Best Wi-Fi Option for Senior Living Residents- August 20, 2018

This week on #provinetmailbagmonday we discuss the best Wi-Fi option for a Senior Living Organization considering Wi-Fi for their residents.

Have a question? Submit it today to us at provinetmailbag@provinet.com.



Case Studies

Case Study: Network Overhaul Fixes Residents’ Wi-Fi

Vinson Hall Retirement Communities
Residents at LeadingAge Provider Member Vinson Hall Retirement Community, an active, resident-focused Life Plan Community in McLean, VA, were not pleased when their television and internet services were inconsistent throughout the campus. To solve the issue and improve access for all, Vinson Hall worked with LeadingAge CAST Supporter ProviNET Solutions to overhaul the network.
Read the full case study here.

Case Study: Time for Change: Implementing both a New and Improved Wireless System

Peace Village

Peace Village came to ProviNET Solutions with hopes of expanding wireless coverage throughout its campus. The organization’s main objective was to increase wireless strength inside each of the buildings, allowing residents and staff to stay connected anywhere on the campus. This endeavor required a lot of structured cabling to be installed throughout those buildings to provide connectivity for the access points.

Read the full case study here.

Differences between 2.4GHz and 5GHz

2.4GHz vs. 5GHz Infographic

Questions about Wi-Fi?

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