Gunix is an independent IT services provider and consultancy firm, offering a detailed selection of services spanning the entire spectrum of Information Technology.
To find out more about how Gunix can benefit you, read on about our in depth services and solutions.
Consultancy - Gunix can advise on short term issues - providing solutions to problems as simple as gaining value on the purchase of new hardware or software; or developing an internet strategy.
Gunix can also provide in depth advice on long term business objectives in IT; assess working systems so that companies can achieve better IT efficiency and long term goals - even if these goals are not clear, Gunix can aid in assessing this.
Programming and Software Development - Gunix benefits from an in depth knowledge of a wide range of programs on most formats; be it programing for the Unix OS, FreeBSD, or using Perl or MySQL databases for the development of intricate applications. If you have a software requirement, we are confident that we can provide you with a solution.
IT Support - Gunix offer full IT support, either as one-off services or regular contractual work. From installation and monitoring ,to configuring and backing up of software and hardware, through to Windows 2003 Servers, Fax servers and Email Servers. We are more than happy to offer tailored support for any client's needs.
Internet service provider BT is scrapping traffic management -- the practice of restricting your broadband speed at busy times, also known as traffic shaping, or throttling -- on many of its broadband packages. And it's also doing away with 'fair use' restrictions, which are limits on how much you can download in a given period.
Ofcom has given provisional approval for mobile operator Everything Everywhere to use its existing spectrum to deliver 4G services, meaning that a mainstream 4G mobile network could be available in the UK as early as this year.
A report on international broadband speeds has found the UK to have the 25th fastest connection in the world, with the average speed achieved in the UK of 5Mpbs.
Millions of BlackBerry smartphone users have been cut off by a major fault at RIM, the Canadian company that makes the devices.
Guidelines for industry self-regulation propose that internet service providers (ISPs) can advertise maximum 'up to' speeds for net packages if those speeds can be received by just 10 per cent of users.