Networking and WiFi

We specialize in computer networks. We offer solutions to help you stay connected, whether at home or at work.

About the service

A computer network comprises two or more computers that are connected—either by cables (wired) or WiFi (wireless)—with the purpose of transmitting, exchanging, or sharing data and resources. You build a computer network using hardware (e.g., routers, switches, access points, and cables) and software (e.g., operating systems or business applications).

Geographic location often defines a computer network. For example, a LAN (local area network) connects computers in a defined physical space, like an office building, whereas a WAN (wide area network) can connect computers across continents. The internet is the largest example of a WAN, connecting billions of computers worldwide.

You can further define a computer network by the protocols it uses to communicate, the physical arrangement of its components, how it controls traffic, and its purpose.

Computer networks enable communication for every business, entertainment, and research purpose. The internet, online search, email, audio and video sharing, online commerce, live-streaming, and social networks all exist because of computer networks.

Internet services typically provided by ISPs can include Internet access, Internet transit, domain name registration, web hosting, Usenet service, and colocation. An ISP typically serves as the access point or the gateway that provides a user access to everything available on the Internet.

Detailed breakdown


A network has 5 basic components: clients, servers, channels, interface devices and operating systems. A brief intro:

  1. Servers: Servers or Host computers are are powerful computers that store data or applications and connect to resources that are shared by the users of a network.
  2. Clients: Client is the computer used by the users of the network to access the servers and shared resources (such as hard disks and printers). So, a personal computer is a client.
  3. Channels: The technical name of channels is network circuit. It is the pathway over which information travels between the different computers (clients and servers) that comprise the network.
  4. Interface devices: The devices that connect clients and servers (and sometimes other networks) to the channel are called interface devices. The common examples are modems and network interface cards.
  5. Operating systems: This is the Network Software. It serves purpose that the operating system serves in a stand-alone computer.


There are a number of varieties of the types, speeds and capabilities of network channels. These may be Transmission medium such as wireless or wire line, Transmission rate or bandwidth, Transmission directional capability and the Type of the Signal.

  • Transmission medium is the physical medium of the channel, which can be either wire line or wireless. The wire line is called the guided media or line based media. The wire line are of several kinds such as twisted pair wire, coaxial cable and fiber optic cable. The wireless media there is no physical wire along which information travels and the information is transmitted without wires from one transmission station to the next. Common examples are radio, mobile networks, microwave and satellite.
  • Transmission rate or bandwidth shows how fast information can be transmitted over the channel. It is measured in bits per second (bps).
  • Transmission directional capability refers to the direction in which information can be transmitted over a channel; It can be simplex, half-duplex or full-duplex. Simplex means that information can be transmitted only in one direction, Half-duplex means that information can be transmitted in both directions, but only in one direction at a time. Full-duplex means that Information can be transmitted in both directions simultaneously.
  • Signal type can be analog and digital. Analog signals are ‘continuous’ (they take on a wide range of values) and digital signals are ‘discrete’, and binary (take on only two values). So, Digital signals are more suitable for computer networks because, computers represent all information in binary.

What’s included

Our Yellowstone Computing team will breakdown your business' specific needs and create a custom success plan to help your business achieve hard and soft goals. The parts of this plan include:

  • Determine what type of network will be advantageous to your business based on specific needs/requirements
  • Build an architectural layout of networking
  • Create materials list for all necessary components and equipment
  • Develop detailed timeline for buildout and deployment
  • Long-term maintenance plan will be created and monitored for evergreen needs

How we can help you

We love working with clients and helping to create customized solutions that have a direct impact on their daily life. Before we speak, though, you should have a good understanding of how our service can better help you. Check out some of the benefits listed below to see if what we offer aligns with your needs.

Greater Mobility

With wireless LAN, your employees can roam around the office or to different terminals without losing their network connection. Being able to sit anywhere in the office, at any corner and accessing the server turns into a significant advantage.

  • Increased mobility and collaboration are the biggest benefits that wireless network holds for most businesses.
  • Work together more effectively
  • Roam and work without losing connection

Increased productivity

Another positive outcome of increased mobility is that it improves business productivity and service. A wireless network allows employees to collaborate when and wherever they need to.

Your employees can be more productive as his/her work could be done from any convenient location. Even employees can take their device their place and can work whenever they wish to.

Easy access to information

Wireless network deployment allows businesses to bring easy access to areas, which are usually tricky to connect to a wired network.  

It will enable a company to improve their processes by combining to hard-to-reach areas that are not suitable for a wired setup.

Increased robustness

One of the best benefits of deploying a wireless network is that a wireless LAN can survive natural disasters such as an earthquake, floods, users pulling wire, etc.

People can communicate if the wireless device persists. Whereas, networks which require a wired network will completely break down.

Allow guest access

Do clients or guests visit your business place for meetings or other events?  If yes, having a wireless network allows them to access the internet, providing them the ability to work.

The wireless network offers a value-added service and offers secure network access to business partners and customers.

Improved responsiveness

Clients always want a quick response to their concerns and queries. A wireless network improves customer service, by connecting the staff to any information whenever they want.