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TengoInternet’s WiFi CEO Connect – December 2016

Dear Tengo Family, Happy New Year! I hope your 2017 is already off to an excellent and profitable start. TengoInternet’s December: In follow-ups to the “WiFi State of the Industry” report, we performed an encore webinar and delivered free scorecards for tradeshow participants We completed our product planning for 2017 which includes video security cameras, a low cost self-installable interior …

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Second “WiFi State of the Industry” Due to Popular Demand!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Arron Delman TengoInternet (512) 579-3503 adelman@tengointernet.com TENGOINTERNET SCHEDULES AN ENCORE PRESENTATION OF THE 2016 STATE OF THE INDUSTRY REPORT ON DEC. 6 This free Webinar, the second offered by TengoInternet in recent weeks, is being offered in response to strong park operator demand as the campground industry grapples with WiFi issues    AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 30, 2016 — …

Sept. 2017 CEO Connect: 802.11 Explained!

Dear Tengo Family, I hope this update finds you well during your fall preparations to be in a new and cooler season. September Highlights: WiFi Network turn-ups for the Winter season have commenced! For those of you who don’t know. Tengo uses these onsite “turn-ups” to tune and validate that networks are operating efficiently before a season starts.  With disuse in …

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WiFi Frequencies

WiFi Frequences 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, & DualBand Explained! Have you ever wondered what dual band means?  How about the difference between 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi frequencies?  Great, you’ve come to right place.  This video blog is part of our “WiFi Education” series and explains the difference between 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi frequencies as well as what …

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Planning for Disaster

When utilizing an Outdoor WiFi System, it’s paramount to plan for natural disasters. Dramatic temperature fluctuations, lightning, and flooding happens.  Is your Outdoor WiFi system built with the elements in mind?   Watch our video below to find how Tengo assists with Disaster planning! Remember delivering great wifi to your guests isn’t just a perk but a necessity. To find out …

ISP & WiFi: What’s the Difference?

ISP & WiFi: What’s the Difference? ISP & WiFi are often used interchangeably. In fact, they are quite different, yet imperative for a successful Wireless Network deployment. The ISP, Internet Service Provider, is the internet source, or bandwidth, that comes into a home, business, or resort and it’s delivered from a variety of sources including Cable, Fiber, DSL, Satelite, and even …

What Bandwidth Speeds do I need for my Property?

What Bandwidth Speeds do I need for my Property? It takes three to provide excellent WiFi. One of the three being “Sufficient ISP” (Internet Service Provider) also known as bandwidth! When delivering high-quality Wireless Solutions, it is essential to have enough bandwidth (speed) to allocate to each end user. It takes three to provide excellent WiFi. One of the three …