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QoS to Avoid a Network SOS

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What is "Quality of Service?" QoS stands for Quality of Service, aka, the ability to prioritize what’s happening on your business network. This means that you can ensure mission-critical uses like VoIP and video calls take priority over things like streaming services....

What is UCaaS – and Why Would I Need It?

What is UCaaS – and Why Would I Need It?

What would a communication systems diagram look like for your business? Is it efficient and unified? ...Or is it a jumble of systems pieced together over time?  If your business is like most, you are working with numerous communication applications from different...

iTel Receives Technology Innovator Award 2020

iTel Receives Technology Innovator Award 2020

iTel Networks was recently honoured with the 2020 BCLC Technology Innovator Award from the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce. The annual Business Excellence Awards recognize and celebrate locally owned businesses that have emerged as leaders in the community. The...

Dawson Group – Case Study

Dawson Group – Case Study

Summary: Business: Transportation Infrastructure – Construction, Maintenance & Truck Sales Location: Kamloops BC, with 30 offices and sites across BC Challenge: Various phone providers and services across locations Extensive directories for various offices, sites,...

Nature’s Fare – Case Study

Nature’s Fare – Case Study

Summary: Business: Grocery, Health, & Wellness Products Location: HQ in Vernon BC and other sites across BC Challenge: Staying connected across new locations Inefficiencies due to varying systems & legacy technology Variety of different providers Solution:...

What are the Benefits of Fibre Internet for Business?

What are the Benefits of Fibre Internet for Business?

But I Have Fibre Internet at Home… What’s The Difference? Fibre this... fibre that... you may have noticed companies popping up with their own branded versions of fibre. Many of these advertised networks are really Fibre-to-the-node (FTTN), meaning only part of the...

IPv4 vs IPv6: What You Need to Know

IPv4 vs IPv6: What You Need to Know

IPv4 vs IPv6: A Little History The first major internet protocol invented, IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4) defines IP addresses in a 32-bit format. It remains the main configuration for delivering information between devices via the internet and has been in use...

Comparing SC and LC Fibre Optic Connectors

Comparing SC and LC Fibre Optic Connectors

The two most common fibre optic connectors in use today are SC and LC connectors. While they are very similar, they are not interchangeable and differ in design and size. When getting ready for a fibre installation at your business, you must match the right connectors...