Archive for March, 2008

Sebastopol voids Wi-Fi contract

Sunday, March 23rd, 2008

(existing Wi-Fi, click to zoom) Our low power mesh Wi-Fi project has been slowly growing in coverage, and we are now serving between 250 and 300 users per day with free broadband access. Service is available in parts of Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Airport Express buses to SFO, plus scattered locations ...

Ethernet products expanded to 30Mbps

Monday, March 17th, 2008

We have expanded our FlexLink Ethernet offerings to 30Mbps symmetric (down and upstream) speed for businesses near the Santa Rosa downtown area. Product info will be updated shortly at: www.sonic.net/sales/flexlink For business customers in Santa Rosa, both the ADSL2+ at up to 15Mbps/1Mbps and Ethernet products at up to 30Mbps/30Mbps ...

FlexLink Product Launch

Thursday, March 6th, 2008

Our new FlexLink business Internet access products were launched this week. I'll blog a bit of a sales pitch here, because I am real excited about the new technology behind the products. These are the first products built on our new next generation network. Currently available in ...

Things to do on a lazy Sunday: Stop Junk Mail!

Sunday, March 2nd, 2008

Junk postal mail has a big impact on the environment, particularly catalogs. They're also a nuisance and a distraction. Reducing recurring junk postal mail is easy, and the time invested pays big dividends. There are quick and easy ways to reduce your mail flow. Here are ...

Greening the Business and the Datacenter

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

For some time, Sonic.net has been working to decrease our environmental impact and our utility costs. Our datacenter here houses a large number of servers and a lot of networking equipment in order to serve the needs of our customers. Reducing our impact and energy use is very important. In addition ...