Wi-Fi Setup and Connectivity

We’re here to help you manage the technologies so students and staff can be more successful and safe, whether onsite or remote. We provide end-to-end services for creating reliable, high-performance wireless networks including assessment, upgrade, design, procurement, configuration, installation, monitor, secure, and support.
We build robust wireless solutions so your school can:

Students, teachers and staff with reliable and fast wireless for instruction, lesson planning, administrative work and more

Dead zones, poor signal strength and slow Wi-Fi throughout the campus

Safe browsing, online testing and education, hybrid learning, smart classrooms and more

Productivity for administrative, teachers, and students

Your Wi-Fi through a cloud-based app so that problems are resolved quickly

The Nerds can set up your Wi-Fi so that there are no dead zones. We also have school-wide deals for better in-home connectivity. Our Wi-Fi solutions are secure and fast, featuring increased uptime and seamless integration.

Internet Connection

A WiFi network is an internet connection that’s shared with multiple devices at the site via a wireless router. The router is connected directly to your internet modem and acts as a hub to broadcast the internet signal to all your Wi-Fi-enabled devices. This lets you stay connected to the internet if you’re within your network coverage area.


There are several things that will affect your WiFi Speed:

Hardware: This includes everything from the cables that carry terabits of information every second to the computer sitting in front of you. When any of this equipment isn’t configured optimally, it can slow down how fast you receive your data.

Internet Service Provider (ISP): ISP is a company that provides Internet connections and services to individuals and organizations. The further away you are from your ISP (hub) the longer it’ll take for the data to transfer from the internet to your computer.

Placement of Wireless Access Points (WAPs): There are some situations where the precise physical placement for the access point in each location supports maximum wireless performance.