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AdamsWells Internet Telecom TV Expands Bandwidth via Indiana Fiber Network, LLC


Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) April 19, 2015

Indiana Fiber Network, LLC (IFN), the leading Indiana statewide Network Service Provider, announces a major bandwidth upgrade infrastructure service to AdamsWells Internet Telecom TV (AdamsWells) in Bluffton, IN. Craigville Telephone Company, Inc. (DBA AdamsWells), one of IFN’s consortium member-owners, has expanded service on IFN’s protected 10 Gigabit internet transport ring.

According to August Zehner, IFN’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, AdamsWells expanded Internet bandwidth will benefit commercial and residential customers. “When you combine this with AdamsWells Fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) project in Bluffton, it clearly gives the customer many options on their communication choices,” said Zehner.

Lee VonGunten, AdamsWells General Manager said, “We continue to expand our Fiber Optic network and Triple Play service in Bluffton. Our 2015 planned Fiber Optic “Gigabit” Internet service will offer Bluffton businesses and consumers the highest bandwidth service options available.”

Enabling AdamsWells as a member-owner is why IFN was initially formed. “IFN’s mission is to provide innovative, tailored technology solutions to our Members and customers/partners in the most effective, reliable and economically sound method possible,” said Kelly Dyer, IFN President and CEO.

About IFN

Indiana Fiber Network, LLC (IFN) was formed in March of 2002. IFN’s ownership is comprised of 20 local exchange telephone companies throughout the state. IFN offers data center, Internet backbone and data transport services over state–of–the–art Ethernet, CDWM, DWDM and SONET fiber networks, with service in the state of Indiana and throughout the US via a network of national carrier partners. For more information, please visit IFN’s website at http://www.ifncom.net or call (317) 280-4636.






Grudi Associates Expands Outsourced Telecom Management Services and Telecom & IT Service Optimization to Help Businesses Maximize Their ROI


Harrisburg, PA (PRWEB) December 23, 2014

Grudi Associates has enhanced its innovative approach to helping businesses generate the maximum return on their telecom and IT investments, utilizing a blend of outsourced telecom management and telecom & IT service optimization. This approach gets the most out of a full range of telecom & IT services, from voice, data and Internet to mobile, cloud, hosted, backup and disaster recovery services.

“Telecom and IT continue evolving to provide businesses with a powerful approach to getting maximum value and cost-effectiveness,” says Walt Grudi, President of Grudi Associates, a leading provider of telecom and IT services in Central PA and beyond. “Our highly-effective approach combines outsourced services with service optimization to achieve excellent results that would be very difficult to attain internally.”

The Grudi Associates approach is primarily delivered through its proprietary Managed Solutions program, which optimizes and manages voice, data, Internet, wireless and other services.

“Telecom and IT services and technologies continue to become more complex on an accelerating basis,” says Grudi. “The heavy and growing demands on IT staffs, make it virtually impossible for most to stay on the leading edge and manage the many tasks required to get the most value out of a business’s telecom and IT budget. That’s where we come in.”

About Grudi Associates: Grudi Associates provides a broad range of telecom and IT services that help businesses and organizations connect and communicate more effectively. Through strategic partnerships with national and regional providers, Grudi Associates delivers innovative and cost-saving wireless, data, Internet, local and long distance, telecom management and hosted solutions. By providing its customers with a single point of contact for virtually any need, Grudi Associates delivers innovative solutions and simplified telecommunications.






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Before discussing about telecom technologies, at first we should be aware of the term ‘’telecommunication”, it is said to be as sending some sort of information over particular distance. As we know in earlier times telecommunication was only possible via visual signals like smoke signals, signal flags, loud whistles etc. Nowadays telecommunication means the use of radio or microwave communication apart from telegraph, telephone, teleprinter etc. Again a telecommunication basically comprises of three units namely-transmitter, medium, receiver. Generations of cellular networks are 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G.

1st Generation

1G (First Generation System) was based on analogue technology. It uses the FDMA technique for making communication.

2nd Generation

 It was also known as Digital Cellular System. 2G technologies mainly compromises of GSM, IS-95, IS-136.Of which GSM based on TDMA technique,IS-95 based on CDMA technique & IS-136 better known as D-AMPS based again on TDMA technique. This technology brings two basic terms like voice services & slow data transmission. Providing data rates up to 236.8 kbps. Same in case of CDMA One evolve to CDMA2000 1x or 1xRTT proving both voice & data communication at a good data rate of around 60-100 kbps compared to almost 14.4 kbps in case of CDMA One. Slowly but steadily we are heading towards the high data rate system also known to be as 3G (Third Generation System).

3rd Generation

Already 2.5G systems were introduced to facilitate the need of high data rate consumption, but it was not enough. Soon individuals demands for separate packet data rather than circuit switched data. Moving towards 3G it is a part of IMT-2000 providing some new services like video calls, mobile TV, mobile internet, voice calls, etc. Again new license was to be obtained for new frequency spectrum & the equipments were quite different, so a whole new set up was required. Under the 3G CDMA 2000 EV-DO Release 0 was also introduced. This technology was using both CDMA & TDM technique. Its aim was to achieve more than 2 Mbps data rates. After that same like that of 2G, 3G was evolved into 3.5G also known as HSPA comes under UMTS system which was combination of HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) & HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access).Here the data rates almost reach up to 14 Mbps as downlink & 5 Mbps as uplink.  

4th Generation

 4G offers around 100 Mbps. 4G uses the term either LTE or Wimax, but all are using same modulation technique i.e., OFDM. Right now this 4G has evolved to 4G Advanced in some countries & offering the data rates of around 1Gbps.

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