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SIM2K provides IT consulting services to the Indiana community as well as a wide range of technology-related products. Our focus is on ensuring that all of your business needs are met. We can provide all of your management and technology solutions.


See SIM2K tech team support of WTHR-13's investigative report on Internet Speeds – click here to see the story

 
 


About SIM2K - Indiana Information Technology Support

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Based in Indianapolis, SIM2K provides business and technology solutions for clients in Indiana and around the world. We help all types of organizations master the complex business and technology issues that affect them, no matter their size or industry. Our clients can take advantage of our IT solutions to help them make the right decisions.

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Our IT consulting staff has years of combined technical knowledge and experience. Our tools enable us to quickly identify problems, diagnose the reason and correct the issue to keep our clients’ up and running. Our monitoring often lets us “fix” a potential problem before the client even knows something was amiss. As the technology marketplace evolves, we are constantly updating our knowledge base and tools to keep abreast of developments and serve our clients better.

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"We were hit by a nasty Internet worm right in the middle of tax season that disabled our server. SIM2K was able to come in and in hours we were back up and running. Their responsive and competent help saved us a lot of time, pain and money."
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13 Investigates - Are you getting the Internet speed you paid for?

SIM2K Support Techs work with local TV station on this story

  • 27 February 2019
  • Author: SIM2K
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When it comes to using the internet, the Wood family may look a lot like your family. Sam is in his bedroom watching a video on his cell phone. His wife, Julie, is in the kitchen checking e-mail on her computer. Their son Christian is in the living room doing biology homework on his laptop, and their other son, Carson, is in the basement playing Xbox.

“I'm actually amazed how many devices I have connected to the internet right now in this house,” Sam told WTHR. “Seems like everything I do is over the internet. We are heavily dependent.”

It’s not just computers, cell phones and gaming consoles that are connected; the Woods also rely on internet service for their wireless printer, two routers, their home phone service and an Amazon Alexa. Even their basement lights, garage door opener and thermostat are connected to the internet.

That's why the family subscribes to AT&T U-verse internet service that promises download speeds up to 50 Mbps (megabits per second) and upload speeds up to 15 Mbps. Sam said the service is usually reliable, but he isn't convinced he's always getting what he's paying for.

“Doesn't always feel that way. During the day, on days we do have problems, there just feels like there's a lag,” he said.

So is the Wood family getting 50 Mbps of internet speed? 13 Investigates brought in an expert to find out.

Speed “cut in half”

Ben Finegan is a technology consultant with Indianapolis-based SIM2K. To test the Wood's internet connection and to see what AT&T is actually delivering to their home, Finegan plugged a computer directly into their modem and ran a speed test.

“We got almost the max speed we should be allowed to get; 49.4 [Mbps] down is almost 50. That looked really good,” he said. Repeating the test several more times utilizing free speed-testing services found on the internet yielded similar results — some even showing the Woods are getting slightly above the 50 Mbps advertised by AT&T.

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Keep in mind, Finegan's testing showed the speed to one device (a laptop computer) connected directly to the modem. Most of the time, the Wood family is simultaneously using multiple devices that all rely on WiFi rather than a hard-wired internet connection. So to get a more realistic view of the internet speed that the Woods experience, Finegan ran a second set of speed tests with everyone using their wireless devices. Under those conditions, the download speed dropped significantly.

“We started getting around 27 or 25 Mbps, which is about half of what we should be getting,” Finegan said. “Our bandwidth is effectively cut in half jus

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