Information about the technologies World Network Systems provide.
How do we get better WiFi for our guests and staff?
The first step to getting better WiFi is a professional site survey. Request a site survey here.
What is World Network Systems’ core business?
Engineering, installing and supporting WiFi for hospitality and schools.
What makes World Network Systems stand out compared to other WiFi service providers?
Our Obsession for Strong fast WiFi networks make us stand out from the competition.
Does World Network Systems provide high user density WiFi such as amusement parks and stadiums?
Yes, we do! This includes both indoor and outdoor venues such as conferences, live entertainment events, and marinas.
Does World Network Systems have an enterprise level dashboard to monitor hotels real time?
Yes, we provide every one of our customers with a window into their WiFi network.
Can World Network Systems manage an entire converged network installation?
Yes, at World Network Systems our network engineers, installation technicians, and project managers bring it all together. We’ll install the network components and onboard all 3rd party technology services.
Can World Network Systems provide conference space WiFi management tools?
Yes, WNS uses the industry standard conference management tool.
Can World Network Systems develop custom software integrations?
Yes, World Network Systems’ in-house staff of developers can integrate any of your systems that have an API.
Does World Network Systems offer in-house cabling services?
Yes, World Network Systems can install the cabling ourselves or work with your chosen vendor to ensure the right cable is run where needed.
Is World Network Systems’ help desk located in the US?
Yes, Our 24/7/365 helpdesk is located at our corporate headquarters in Bala Cynwyd PA.
What geographic area’s does World Network Systems serve?
World Network Systems serves the United States, Mexico, and Latin America.
Are World Network Systems’ services limited to just WiFi?
No, World Network Systems is a nationally recognized supplier of wireless and wired network infrastructure and provides many related services. Call 215-701-8152 for more information.
- What is an ISP?
- What is bandwidth?
- What is SNMP monitoring?
- What is a router?
- What are Mbps?
- What is a switch?
- What is a gateway?
- What is a VPN tunnel?
An Internet Service Provider (ISP) is a company that provides you with access to the Internet.
Bandwidth is the total maximum transfer rate, measured in Mbps (Megabits per second) of a network cable or device. It is a measurement of how fast data can be sent over a wired or wireless connection. Bandwidth is provided by your ISP.
Bandwidth is measured in Mbps (Megabits per second).
SNMP (simple network management protocol) is an Internet-standard protocol for collecting and organizing information about managed devices on IP networks and for modifying that information to change device behavior.
A router is a device that joins multiple computer networks together via either wired or wireless connections.
Mbps is a unit of measure used in measuring broadband speed. To stream a movie in HD you need between 1.6 Mbps and 5.3 Mbps, music requires 2 Mbps, Skype requires .3 Mbps, and Facebook users require .03 Mbps.
A switch is a device that enables devices within a network to communicate to each other efficiently.
A gateway is a device that connects a network to the Internet. It can also act as a firewall.
A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network, such as the Internet. It enables users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network. Applications running across the VPN may therefore benefit from the functionality, security, and management of the private network.