Sunday, 22 September 2019

How a higher “IQ” smartens the home network

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 22 October 18

Devolo look at the challenges and opportunities presented by smart home networks

Strong, high performing home networks are defined by three key aspects: availability, performance and convenience. Availability refers to the fact, that especially within detached or row houses as well as apartments with several floors a single device – namely a router – simply is not enough to ensure Wi-Fi coverage and internet access where it is needed. Hence, home networks have to consist of multiple devices. A distributed network with several devices then must deliver high performance to cope with the growing need for higher bandwidth caused by services like video…

Strong, high performing home networks are defined by three key aspects: availability, performance and convenience. Availability refers to the fact, that especially within detached or row houses as well as apartments with several floors a single device – namely a router – simply is not enough to ensure Wi-Fi coverage and internet access where it is needed. Hence, home networks have to consist of multiple devices. A distributed network with several devices then must deliver high performance to cope with the growing need for higher bandwidth caused by services like video…

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