With the return of students in classrooms new wireless issues are being discovered. Recently SFWiFi has been contacted by different school systems that are now having new wifi issues.
Untested and over utilized networks are now being pushed to the maximum..and past. A proper site survey can help remedy issues such as high client capacity, client application failures, disconnects and client dropping
SF WiFi can perform a detailed wireless site survey and diagnose issues at your site. Surveys include pre-deployment and or post-deployment. Enterprise and High Capacity issues can effect all model access points and issues including: Meraki, Cisco, Aruba, HP, Ruckus, Aerohive
Predictive surveys are also available. We utilize industry standard software to design the best access point layout for your site per any model access point
SF WiFi can troubleshoot the cause of performance and security problems such as:
•RF spectrum analysis
•Channel and device overload
•Wireless network design
•Rouge access point detection
•Optimize your existing network
First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
Client required a high capacity wireless network to provide WiFi access in all common areas, conference and meeting rooms and cathedral. Multiple SSID’s with the capabilty to support up to 2000 concurrent users.
The City and County of San Francisco is excited to offer free WiFi service in selected areas and parks of the City. Use this service to access any information about the City, shopping or accessing social media. San Francisco is a city where you can always be connected.
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Recent Project: The Baldwin Hotel; Union Square’s Newly-Renovated Boutique China Town Hotel. With charming European-style hotel in the heart of downtown San Francisco and moments from the city’s most iconic landmarks and sightseeing attractions
The Baldwin understands the need for guest internet services and contacted SF WiFi for a wireless solution.
This project entails saturating the property with signal for guest rooms, and common areas. Our wireless solution provides superior coverage, capacity and ease of use management features to seamlessly support today’s mobile user. SF WiFi specializes in hospitality wireless solutions and has designed, installed and supports wireless in many of the top 25 Bay Area TripAdvisor ranked hotels.
A very interesting project to be associated with as SF WiFi is providing wireless design, equipment, installtion and support for wireless services at Coit tower
One of the most vexing problems was updating and rehabilitating the tower without making it look like a new building. It’s a 1933 space that needs to be restored, not redone, city officials said.
Besides the waterproofing and the roof repairs, work is also being done to upgrade the tower’s aging plumbing and electrical systems and make it more accessible to the disabled. Outside lighting is being improved, and the gift shop and commercial space inside is being completely redone for the new concession operator, who will take over when Coit Tower reopens to the public sometime after mid-April.
The improvements are startling. The murals, already cleaned and partially restored, pop with unexpected color that’s enhanced by the improvement work that’s been done around them.
CTIA, the wireless association, has launched a new site that enables mobile device users to
estimate data requirements for popular apps. The Site, www.KnowMyApp.org lets you browse by category or search for apps to find out how many megabytes it’s likely to use up in a typical month
Wireless Association Site Estimates Apps’ Data Usage
“On mobile devices, all videos that begin playing as they appear on the screen will have been downloaded in advance when the device was connected to WiFi — meaning this content will not consume data plans, even if you’re not connected to WiFi at the time of playback”.
What are travelers looking for the minute they arrive at their destination?..the quality of the wireless network. Mobile devices are increasing the demand for ubiquitous coverage, stable connections, consistence performance and network bandwidth.
The Coyote Valley RV Resort in Morgan Hill understands the need for guest internet services and contacted SF WiFi for a wireless solution. This project entails saturating the site with signal from main building, pool, common areas and all the guest mobile homes. Design challenges included supporting a large capacity of users across a very large physical site. Our wireless solution provides superior coverage, capacity and ease of use management features to seamlessly support today’s mobile user. SF WiFi specializes in hospitality wireless solutions and has designed, installed and supports over 50 San Francisco Bay area hospitality wireless networks.
Not just limited to downtown San Francisco SF WiFi also has wireless clients in Santa Cruz, Oakland and most of the bay area tourist hot spots.
SF WiFi also supports enterprise business clients, apartment wireless, site surveys and continued support.
When the time came for our customer to expand and open a cross town office/warehouse they contracted SF WiFi to design and install a building to building wireless bridge to extend their existing network.
Design and install a stable and secure data link connecting the remote office to the home office local network
SF WiFi designed and installed a stable and secure wireless bridge with high speed
access points utilizing the 5GHz channel. This solution offers enterprise spec features
such as channel interference avoidance, AES based security and higher data throughput
rates than T1/E1 or xDSL lines at only a fraction of the cost.
A foggy day in Daly City:
This wifi bridge from home office to remote office is a 4.2 mile link. The picture at the left is the South S.F. office access point and illustrates that the client is literally redeiving data from the cloud.