L-R Ed Casulla, UPICT, Marianne Mejia, Ms Jane Nerona, OIC Region I Chief of Technical Operations Division of Legal Office, and Dr. Rey Parnacio – DICT Region I Director.
Dagupan City, Philippines – PSU Alaminos interns helped deploy Starlink internet in the UPICT event dubbed: “Dagupan Stakeholders Meeting”, with the supervision from bnshosting senior staff Bryan Arafilles. It also saw the use of Dual WAN WiFi Router. This deployment marks a significant milestone in the effort to bring fast, reliable, and affordable internet access to communities in the Philippines.
The PSU Alaminos interns provided invaluable manpower during the deployment process, helping to do site survey, set up the necessary infrastructure and providing technical assistance to ensure that the deployment was successful. Their contributions were essential in making this deployment a success.
Bnshosting.net played a critical role in the deployment, providing the necessary equipment and technical expertise to ensure that the deployment was successful. The company’s commitment to providing reliable and affordable internet solutions has been instrumental in the effort to connect communities in the Philippines.
The deployment utilized a Dual WAN WiFi Router, which allowed for the use of two different internet connections simultaneously, providing increased reliability and faster speeds. This innovative solution has been instrumental in overcoming the challenges of deploying internet solutions in remote areas.
The successful deployment of Starlink in Dagupan Stakeholders Meeting is a testament to the power of collaboration and the importance of providing reliable and affordable internet access to communities. It is our hope that this deployment will serve as a model for future efforts to connect communities throughout the Philippines.
Picture shows the various preparation steps done by the PSU Alaminos Interns to help deploy Starlink internet at the CSI Stadia for the UPICT Dagupan Stakeholders’ meeting.
BNSHosting welcomes our interns from International School of Asia and the Pacific (ISAP), Cagayan : Hanzel Catalan, Jefferson Biagtan, Justine Mae De Vera, Mariane Mejia, Sir Myke Albert Macutay Tejada, (ISAP Research Coordinator and CITE OJT Coordinator), and three of the 10 interns.
The interns will continue the Air quality sensor project and deploy 20 units in selected participating LGUs.
BNSHosting.net expanded our redundancy by ordering Starlink. This provides our Customers with More Reliable and High-Speed Internet Access.
In recent years, SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet service has been making waves in the world of telecommunications. With its low latency, high-speed, and global coverage capabilities, Starlink is poised to revolutionize the way we connect to the internet. And for businesses with data centers, adding a Starlink satellite to their existing infrastructure can have numerous benefits for their customers.
First and foremost, adding a Starlink satellite to an existing data center can greatly improve the reliability and availability of the internet connection for customers. With its global coverage and redundancy, Starlink can ensure that internet access remains uninterrupted even in the event of a local outage or disruption. This is especially critical for businesses that rely heavily on the internet to conduct their operations, such as e-commerce sites or financial institutions. By providing a more reliable connection, businesses can minimize the risk of downtime and ensure that their customers can always access their services.
Another key benefit of adding a Starlink satellite to a data center is the increased speed and bandwidth it can provide. Starlink’s high-speed internet can provide customers with faster access to data and applications, which can improve their productivity and efficiency. In addition, the increased bandwidth can enable businesses to expand their online offerings and provide customers with more comprehensive and feature-rich services.
Perhaps one of the most significant benefits of Starlink is its low latency. Unlike traditional satellite internet services, which often suffer from high latency due to the time it takes for signals to travel to and from orbit, Starlink’s low-earth orbit satellites can provide latency as low as 20ms. This is a game-changer for businesses that require real-time data access or low-latency communication, such as online gaming or video conferencing. With Starlink, businesses can provide their customers with a seamless and responsive experience that rivals traditional wired connections.
Finally, adding a Starlink satellite to an existing data center can provide businesses with a competitive advantage. By offering faster, more reliable, and more feature-rich internet services, businesses can differentiate themselves from their competitors and attract more customers. In addition, the global coverage provided by Starlink can enable businesses to expand their reach and offer their services to customers in remote or underserved areas.
From increased reliability and availability to faster speeds and low latency, Starlink’s unique capabilities can help businesses improve their online offerings and differentiate themselves in a competitive market. As Starlink continues to expand its coverage and capabilities, we can expect to see more and more businesses take advantage of this innovative technology.
On a sunny Tuesday morning, a group of faculty and staff from Pangasinan State University (PSU) Alaminos Campus made the trip to the BNSHosting.net offices for a site visit. The members were made up by Mr Christian Paul Cruz, Mr D’ alchemy Mones and Mr Rodolfo Raborar II. The purpose of the visit was to provision their appointment web app and to learn more about the inner workings of a successful hosting company. The parties also explored potential collaboration opportunities between BNSHosting.net and PSU.
Upon arrival, the PSU delegation was warmly greeted by the BNSHosting.net team and given a tour of the facilities. They were able to see firsthand the technology and infrastructure that powers the hosting company’s services. They were particularly impressed by the company’s state-of-the-art server room, which houses high-performance servers that keep websites and applications running smoothly for clients around the world.
The PSU group also had the opportunity to meet with key members of the BNSHosting.net team who provided valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities of running a hosting business. The team shared best practices, strategies and technologies they used to manage the large number of servers and customers they serve.
One of the highlights of the visit was a discussion of potential collaboration opportunities between BNSHosting.net and PSU. The two organizations discussed the possibility of offering internships and training opportunities to PSU students, as well as the development of joint research projects. The BNSHosting.net team also expressed interest in collaborating with PSU’s computer science department to develop new hosting-related technologies.
Overall, the site visit was a valuable experience for both the PSU delegation and the BNSHosting.net team. It provided an opportunity for the two organizations to learn from one another and explore ways to work together in the future. The PSU group left the BNSHosting.net offices with a deeper understanding of the hosting industry and new ideas for collaboration.
The visit ended with a promise for a follow-up meeting and with hope of forming a partnership. The PSU delegation thanked the BNSHosting.net team for their hospitality and for the valuable insights they gained during the visit.
The SMS scams are in the news lately. Here is what you need to know. In Australia, SMS scams have caused as much as 381m in losses.
While the Telcos and Government grapple with what best to do to reduce this, there are something you can do to stop spam on your mobile phone. You can block these spams by tagging them!
Got a spammy-looking message in your Messages inbox? As long as you have iOS 7 or later installed on your iPhone, the steps are pretty simple. Open the message, tap Contact, then tap the little “i” button that appears.
Next, you’ll see a (mostly blank) contact card for the spammer who sent you the message. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and tap “Block this caller.” C-ya, spammer.
The SMS-blocking situation for Android is a bit more complex than for iOS—although to be fair, it wasn’t possible to block text messages on the iPhone at all until iOS 7 came around.
While the “stock” Messaging app won’t let you block SMS spammers, there’s a plethora of apps on the Google Play store that’ll do the job…or used to, anyway.
Working in tandem with the standard Messaging app, third-party SMS-blocking apps (like SMS Filter or Mr. Number) let you create and manage what’s called a “blacklist”—that is, a list of phone numbers that you don’t want to hear from again. Other anti-spam apps, like Postman and Spam Blocker, will go ahead and flag suspected SMS spam.
But thanks to a new restriction in the latest version of Android—namely, that only one app at a time may tap into your SMS messages—many of these handy SMS spam-blocking apps have been rendered useless.
Now, it’s very possible that your particular Android phone hasn’t been updated to Android “KitKat” yet, in which case you’re free to shop around for a dedicated SMS blocking app.