ServerPlex Encourages Use of Wireless Networking, Offers Free Setup

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ServerPlex Networks announced today a plan that will increase the number of residential wireless networks in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company is offering to securely setup wireless networks free for the first 500 callers.

ServerPlex Onsite (, a California based on-site Information Technology solutions firm, announced today that it will offer free wireless network installation and configuration for up to 500 customers in the San Francisco bay area, on a first-come first-serve basis.

The offer includes a wireless router and security configuration with setup on up to 2 personal computers. Businesses are not included in the promotion but will receive a discounted rate.

ServerPlex is encouraging the use of secure wireless networking for homes and businesses due to the myriad advantages they offer as well as the general industry shift toward advanced wireless communications.

“Setting up wireless networks can be a very difficult and confusing task for anybody; especially home users,” said Robert Marhamat, ServerPlex Onsite Business Development Manager. “Most people do not know how to effectively secure their networks –a major cause of identity theft. I am confident that this offer will be widely embraced by the community; especially as we move toward a wireless society.”

All technicians performing the installations are either MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) or CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certified.

For more information, please visit The offer expires March 15, 2006.

About ServerPlex Onsite

Located in Milpitas, California, ServerPlex Onsite ( provides on-site computer and network support for homes and businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company is owned and operated by parent company ServerPlex Networks, who has been serving the information technology needs of small-to-medium-sized businesses for over 5 years.

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