Is WiFi 6 right for you?


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With technology advancements happening daily, making the right decision on when and what to upgrade your company’s technology to might seem like a daunting task with hours of research needed.

One question you might need to ask yourself is, “Do I want to pay top dollar for cutting-edge WiFi 6, or am I just trying to keep our network from becoming obsolete?”

If you are still using WiFi 4, are early adopters of new tech, using high-bandwidth and immersive applications, or are users of high-density wireless networks then WiFi 6 would be a great option for your company. A major benefit of WiFi 6, is that you won’t need to upgrade for a while, so you will be spending more money initially, but your system will have a longer time before it becomes obsolete which will make it a better value in the long run.

Wi-Fi 6 will be enhancing your experience

Wi-Fi 6 is loaded with features, such as Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA), 1024-QAM (quadrature amplitude modulation) encoding, and target wake time (TWT), that make Wi-Fi faster and less congested. All of this will lead to a better mobile experience and longer client battery life, and they will open the door to a wide range of applications that could not have been done on Wi-Fi in the past. In practical application, an architect can use wifi to do a virtual reality showcasing of a building featuring what their alterations could look like as a final product. Using technology in this way can put your business a step ahead of the competition.

Should you switch to WiFi 6?

If you are running WiFi 4 (802.11n or older) its time to upgrade from this technology that is a decaade old. ZK Research found that 49% of business are still operating with 4 someplace within thier infrastructure. Chooseing to upgrade to WiFi 6 will give you advanced features and longesvity.

If you use high-bandwidth or immersive applicatios, like the one suggested above with virtual reality. If you have a lot of HD calls or are operating with plenty of remote meeting spaces, the increased bandwidth of WiFi 6 is going to provide a better experience.

Are you a tech savy company or perhaps a modern coffee shop positioning yourself as a “third space”? If being on the cutting edge of technology or staying hip is in your business model, you can’t risk losing customers to slow or bogged down WiFi. Making sure your customers are getting the expereince they are expecting can make or break your business.

So you’ve decided on WiFi 6, now what?

There are plenty of WiFi 6 options on the market and choosing the solution that is best for your company may seem overwhelming. We have experts that can help you decide what will work best for you and your organization. Our partnership with Aruba Networks has solutions for small businesses all the way to large corporations, and they have announced that they are planning on being WiFi 6E enabled and backwards compatible.

If you are interested in learning more or getting a no obligation quote on equipment, please contact us.

How do I benefit from network security?


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Everyone wants to secure their data from cyberattacks, but how do you go about reducing your vulnerabilities? Combining a variety of network security hardware, software, and security methods is the best way to protect your network from protentional threats.

What is Network Security?

Cisco Systems, a leader in the industry, defines Network Security as any activity designed to protect the usability and integrity of your network and data.

  • It includes both hardware and software technologies.
  • It targets a variety of threats.
  • It stops them from entering or spreading on your network.
  • Effective network security manages access to the network.

Not only should your security manage the access to the network, but it should be able to prevent a possible attack from spreading. With the internet being a necessity in today’s world, taking the steps to ensure protection and minimize any downtime is essential.

How does network security work?

By combining multiple layers of defense at the edge and inside the network, a network security system provides an active line of protection.  With several layers of security, authorized users can gain access while potential threats are blocked from private information. All network security solutions are implemented in accordance with the core principles of network security.

The Core Principals of Network Security

The core principles that work together to ensure network security are confidentiality, integrity, and availability. These are defined as:

  • Confidentiality: Data is kept protected against threats and unauthorized access.
  • Integrity: Data is kept accurate and trustworthy by preventing accidental or intentional alterations or deletion.
  • Availability: Data is kept accessible to those who are authorized to have access.


Components of Network Security

For a complete security system, three components should be part of your design including hardware, software, and cloud security.

See below for your complete complimentary guide.

Data Networks International-LLC Re-Designs and Launches Website


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Sparta, NJ May 28, 2013: In response to changing market conditions and customer demands Data Networks International, LLC has redesigned and re-launched its flagship website, The effort’s goal is to provide customers with more and better information to enable them to select the best IT hardware at the very best price according their individual needs. New additions to the website include an expanded online product catalog; explanation of DNI-LLC business model; information on 3rd-party hardware maintenance, hardware replacement and support; company news and commentary on market conditions. web archive “It’s our hope that our new site design will enable our customers to find the information they need quickly and efficiently and streamline the buying process saving our customers both time and money”, said company owner Paul Regolizio. Richard Grozalis, Co-owner added “It’s important that our customers be able to find us on the web and find the information they’re looking for on our site and it’s important for us to respond effectively to our customer’s requirements”.

About DNI-LLC / Data Networks International, LLC.

In business since 2005, Data Networks International, LLC. . relevant domains is a privately held wholesaler of computer networking and server equipment selling both new and refurbished gear from manufacturers like Cisco, Juniper, HP, Sun, Brocade, Avaya, Dell, Cyber Power and others . DNI-LLC has assembled a staff of industry veterans who’s collective experience and industry knowledge enable it to offer deep discounts, source equipment that has been discontinued and provide customers other benefits associated with purchasing in the open market.