Upgrade to the Newest Wireless Standard for Speed, Reliability, and Security
Many of you may not remember, but there was a time when our home’s connected devices consisted of a desktop computer and maybe a laptop or two. Today, if you live in a smart home, that number has grown exponentially, with every smart device connected to your home automation platform and to each other. Add the increasing use of streaming services, gaming consoles, and video conferencing, and it's clear that you’re overloaded unless you’ve gone through network upgrades as you’ve increased your connections.
At some point, buffering will begin, downloads will become slower, and the system will falter when more family members are connected in your Denver, CO, home. Soon, you’ll be asking your kids to stay off the video games until you get through your video conferencing session. To ensure your smart home and all its connected devices continue working as they should, it's recommended to upgrade to an enterprise-grade network and the newest wireless data networking standard—Wi-Fi 6.