If you’re a developer getting ready to break ground on a new residential neighborhood or condominium, you know that you need to furnish your dwellings with the most modern and innovative amenities possible.
Today, the amenities garnering the most attention are connected devices that turn ordinary homes into smart homes.
Household connected devices are improving the quality of many facets of everyday life. Consider, for instance, simple conveniences like automating light switches, or financially rewarding and energy-saving technologies like smart thermostats. New sensor technology is even being implemented to provide medical support for the elderly to help them live more independent lifestyles.
In a way, building a smart home is much like constructing any edifice: You’ve got to start with the foundation. In this case, that foundation happens to be high-speed Internet. (more…)
We’ve all been there before. It’s Sunday night, you’ve got a project that you’ve put off until the last minute, and your Internet is down. Or maybe it’s a Saturday afternoon and you’ve finally got time to binge watch your favorite show on Netflix, only to find yourself subjected to the nightmare that is rebuffering.
For many apartment and condo residents, the choice of high speed Internet providers may not even be yours to make. Here are five ways that residential connections can be disruptive: (more…)
The team here at Wolfe is always on the go traveling to a
number of industry events throughout the year, which gives us
the opportunity to connect with our customers, partners and vendors face
to face. We get the chance to discuss current business, plan for future
business and strengthen the relationships we hold with them.
SEATTLE, Wash. — February 24, 2015 – Wolfe, a nationwide,
leading provider of high speed Ethernet and Internet solutions, has just announced the
launch of Masterstream as their sales automation system. Wolfe has been working with Salestream
Software, Inc. to utilize its industry-leading MasterStream-RX system.
It’s the start of a new year, which means it’s time to start executing new business strategies to achieve bigger and better goals. But before you get swept up in another year of non-stop planning, take a moment to reflect on last year. What did business look like in 2014? Were you satisfied with your organizational outcomes, your level of customer excellence and how much revenue you generated?
We’ve recently discussed the growing need for high speed Internet within multifamily housing units (e.g., condos and apartments) but residential service is only one half of the puzzle—there are also commercial property needs to consider. While multifamily property developers and managers face a number of connectivity obstacles, commercial property owners are usually at greater risk. Here’s just a couple reasons why: