In today’s continuously-connected world, more and more devices are coming online in our homes. It’s more important than ever to have a robust, high-performing network that you can always rely on.
One size doesn”t fit all
Just as the internet is the electronic pulse that brings a connected home to life, the network is the central nervous system that carries information to all of your connected devices. Many homeowners are accustomed to using networking hardware provided by their Internet service provider or consumer brands found at a local retailer. These consumer-grade commodity products are built for a one-size-fits-all approach and compromise the speed, performance, and reliability of a network.
Your router connects to the internet and acts as the brain of your network, directing data to the right device. To get the most out of your network, you need a router that can handle high bandwidth, low latency multimedia traffic.
High-performance wireless access points provide coverage throughout the home and enterprise-level wireless communication between all devices within a network. Wireless controllers can be used for more robust security or can be used to optimize traffic in busier environments.
Switches bring out the true performance of your connected devices, allow flexibility for wired connections, and can even power your devices. Switches are designed to process audio/video network traffic more efficiently, and at higher speeds to eliminate lag and buffering when streaming audio/video.