WND Networking Case Study

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WND Networking is serious about your business. We try to hire to most qualified and professional employees in the market. We believe in the job done right the first time so we take the work serious while providing a fast service so you will not be waiting on us. Our owners are well qualified for any job and with their expertise we can guarantee to get the job done right. William Kemling is a network administrator, network engineer, and system analyst with over 30 years of Information Technology experience. Beginning in the early 1990 's, William wrote applications in MS Access, JAVA, and C++. William is currently working as a network/system administrator fot VTC Test Facility at Ft. Huachuca, AZ. Neal Lopez is a systems administrator, network …show more content…
Many Companies offer different speeds for business and they vary by the location of your business. While not many ISP offer services in Sierra Vista, AZ, there are 2 top ISP’s we found were Cox Communications and Clark Information Technology Services. Cox varies in internet speeds and price from 5 Megabits per second (Mbps) for download and upload at $101.00 a month to up to 300 Mbps for downloads and 30 Mbps upload at $654.00. (cox.com) CIS also have internet speeds range from 6 Mbps downloads and upload for 129.95 a month to 12 Mbps downloads and 30 Mbps upload for $589.95 a …show more content…
The services, pricing, and location that they offer Cox could not be beaten. DBS Enterprises expects connectivity for 13 spaces and also allow access for up to 50 people (Employees and Customers) with personal devices. With a size that big they must receive a speed where they can work under any conditions. A decent speed for this size will be about 6.4 Mbps according to ciinc.com. (ciinc.com) For that reason we decided to go with Cox Business Internet 100 which offers 100 Mbps download and 20 Mbps upload. The price is $374.00 for 36 Month. This speed will be able to offer every employee and customer at least 6 Mbps to allow a seamless work environment even in the busiest conditions. Cox Communications works off a Coax Cable uses a DOCSIS 3.0 modem. Cox offers a modem rental at $4.99 a month with a $25.00 activation fee. We decided to buy a modem as the price would be cheap after the term of the deal. We decided to go with a Cisco DPC3010 DOCSIS 3.0 for $75.00 from Amazon. This Modem can handle downstream speeds in excess of 320 Mbps and upstream rates of 120 Mbps. (amazon.com) This modem offers a one-year full coverage

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