Network Solution

There will be no more dead zones, buffering or lost connections.

Maintaining smooth Wi-Fi performance and throughput for gaming, video streaming, and smart home devices is critical, but with so many people working from home and no end in sight, you should also consider important work applications and various modes of work communication, particularly video conferencing. This is where whole-house network goes from a nice-to-have to a necessity.

Larger homes and dwellings with solid walls, many floors, metal and concrete substructures, and other structural barriers may require extra devices to deliver Wi-Fi to locations where the router can't reach.

By introducing Mesh Wi-Fi Systems, in which they are a hybrid of numerous networking components that are designed to provide wireless coverage across your home. There's a primary router that connects to your modem directly, as well as a number of satellite modules, or nodes, that you install throughout your home. They're all connected to the same wireless network, with the same SSID and password. Unlike range extenders, which communicate with the router via the 2.4GHz or 5GHz radio bands, most Wi-Fi system satellites use mesh technology to talk to the router and to each other.