Entries by Thomas McCormack

Cat6 Cable Installation: Step-by-Step Guide & Tips

Cat6, or Category 6 cable, is a standardized twisted pair cable for Ethernet and other network physical layers. It’s designed to provide up to 10 Gb/s performance and is suitable for up to 250MHz. Compared to its predecessor, Cat5e, Cat6 offers more stringent specifications for system noise and crosstalk. Importance of Cat6 Cable in Networking […]

Discover LG Miraclass: Revolutionizing Cinema with Cutting-Edge Displays

LG Electronics, a pioneer in display technology, has recently unveiled its latest offering – the LG Miraclass, a series of large LED screens for cinemas that promise to redefine the moviegoing experience. Designed to provide an unparalleled visual and auditory spectacle, the LG Miraclass delivers a premium service for cinema operators and a comprehensive solution […]

Enhance Your Sonos Sound System with the Sonos Sub Mini

If you’re an audio enthusiast, you’re likely aware of Sonos and its reputation for producing high-quality wireless audio and home theater equipment. The company has gained popularity for its speakers, known for delivering exceptional sound quality, ease of use, and compatibility with a range of music streaming services. In this article, we will review the […]

From Slow to Stellar: How We Upgraded a Large Estate’s Network Infrastructure with UniFi!

The Challenge:  Our client, a large estate in Washington, Connecticut, faced connectivity issues across multiple buildings on the property. They needed a robust wireless network solution to provide reliable connectivity and secure communication between the buildings. Unfortunately, the existing network was outdated and unreliable, making it difficult for the estate’s employees and residents to maintain […]

TP-Link introduced its first Wi-Fi 7 routers

TP-Link, a significant player in the SOHO networking device market, recently unveiled its new portfolio of Wi-Fi 7 standard-based wireless routers still in development. TP-Link’s newly released Wi-Fi 7-based routers can help with seemingly impossible tasks; the top-of-the-line model, the four-band BE900, theoretically allows for an aggregate Wi-Fi bandwidth of up to 24 Gbps.