Without internet, businesses today simply can’t function. Whether it be PoS machines, email, voice over IP phone systems, many of businesses most fundamental tasks rely on a reliable high-speed internet connection. With this being the case, internet downtime can halt all progress and be a serious problem for business owners and organization leaders. (more…)
The world is opening back up and the entertainment industry is rescheduling live events all over the country. Before putting on an event there are many connectivity issues for these companies to consider. Whether it’s a music festival, one time concert, street fair, or any other temporary event they all can be pushed to the next level with temporary internet connectivity. Events need internet; however, they are often held in areas that don’t have ready to use internet service available. (more…)
There are a number of options to consider when determining the right solution for your business internet needs. If you are not an industry insider, the vast array of industry terms and broadband connections can be a bit confusing. For that reason, we’ve developed a quick review of some of the most popular high-speed internet alternatives. In today’s blog, we address fiber, satellite and fixed wireless. (more…)
Latency and jitter are terms that are frequently used to evaluate the quality of service (QoS) for a broadband internet network. Both are important QoS parameters for evaluating network performance, particularly for real-time services that have become the mainstay of business internet customers. (more…)
Businesses are carefully crafted inter-connected relationships between people, technology, tools, and money, all working in congruence for success. But imagine the impact when one of the key company resources, such as an internet connection, goes down. (more…)
The word "wireless" is an interesting one. How can a seemingly simple word, like "Wi-Fi," deliver such different services and data rates? Wireless, in its most basic definition, means without wires. Yet with rapid developments in technology, its use has been broadened to cover a wide variety of products and services. While all of these are truly wireless, the technologies behind them are quite different. (more…)
Today, America’s 28 million small businesses account for 54% of all U.S. sales and provide jobs to over half of the country’s working population. Therefore, it’s no surprise that these businesses are relying on more bandwidth than ever before to complete everything from daily tasks and internal operations to external communications and customer service. And while every business faces obstacles hindering workplace productivity and growth, One Ring Networks believes Internet speed shouldn’t be one of them. Which is why we are committed to bringing scalable, flexible and reliable service to small and mid-sized businesses in the Atlanta and Dallas-Fort Worth...
"Very reliable Internet service with very responsive customer service. One Ring served us when no one else could. We have recommended them to many others" - Carey Dula, MI-BOX Moving and Mobile Storage