How Does Home Networking Work?

How Does Home Networking Work?

How to Get Speedy, Reliable Connections at Home  Whether it’s schmoozing at a cocktail hour or syncing devices to the internet, the term “networking” is all about making connections. In a home network, this usually means connecting electronics to each other and the internet. Many people’s home network merely consists of a router that supplies Wi-Fi to their phones, laptops, and TVs. But a wireless router isn’t the only way to build a home network. In fact, you can enjoy a well-running smart home with speedy connections across your entire house by upgrading your home networking with the right cabling and hardware.  If your Denver, CO home is experiencing slow or unresponsive internet in any area, it’s time for a network upgrade. Here’s how networks work and how we can improve yours! SEE ALSO: 4 Reasons Not to Choose DIY Smart Home Integration  3 Ways to Home Network  Not all home networks look alike. We build home networks in the following three formats:  A wired network, which connects electronics to the internet with cables. A wireless network, which connects devices to the internet over Wi-Fi A hybrid network, which uses both wired and Wi-Fi connections.  All three networks have their advantages and disadvantages. Wired connections are much more reliable than Wi-Fi and are sometimes crucial in hard-to-reach areas. For example, if you depend on the internet in the home theater but you receive weak signals there, it may be more secure and reliable to use wiring instead.  Of course, wiring all your devices may not be a practical option. Wi-Fi is convenient for on-the-go gadgets like laptops, phones, and tablets. But...
An Optimized Home Network for Work and Virtual Learning

An Optimized Home Network for Work and Virtual Learning

It’s hard to work from home when you have an unpredictable and slow home network. The same is true if you or your children are enrolled in virtual learning. Your productivity suffers if your video call lags, your files won’t upload or download, or your Wi-Fi connection is poor. Electronic Integration sets you up for success by designing and installing a robust home networking system.

Get More Out of Technology with Fast, Reliable Home Networking

Get More Out of Technology with Fast, Reliable Home Networking

Staying home this summer means spending more time with the TV. And for many of us, it means working out of our Denver-area homes, too. So you’ll need a home networking system that can support all of your activity. From streaming 4K video and lossless audio simultaneously to operating your business with reliable connections, you can get more out of your home technology with smart networking solutions. At Electronic Integration, our expert guidance and structured cabling help make your network easy to maintain and easy to count on. Want to learn more? Keep reading.