The key word to home networking is "share."
In today’s “connected home,” the home network has essentially become the latest home utility. Everything from your smartphones and tablets, streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, and all your smart home devices like Amazon’s Alexa, rely on your network. With so much traffic, it’s important to have a network that is designed around the connected products throughout your home.
The latest wireless networking technology provides a mesh coverage, allowing you to seamlessly roam throughout your home and property with no loss in signal quality or performance. A properly designed, hard-wired network for electronics such as computers, streaming devices, and home automation components, supplemented by a quality wireless mesh network will provide you with the best technology user experience.
Most of us spend more time in the home than any other single location, and that means we want our homes to be places where we can best enjoy quality of life, as well as whatever living comforts are within our means. Today it is possible to integrate every aspect of home life into the home network whether it be in the garage, kitchen, living room or bedroom. This adds functionality and value to those devices which make our lives more enjoyable and a little bit easier. The modern connected home features streaming media players, smart appliances and electrical devices, managed lighting, integrated paging and messaging systems, and a great many more diverse mini-systems, all connected and managed centrally.
Your home's network can function as the backbone for delivering electronic services and serving as a foundation for all the advanced technology utilized within the home. With all systems tied together by a central network manager, control is made much easier with diverse systems working together. Networking can be accomplished either through hard-wiring or via wireless connection, depending on which is a better fit for your specific home environment.
Home intercom systems can provide tremendous convenience for all occupants, but especially for those who have limited mobility and have difficulty answering the door quickly or getting from room to room to talk with someone. Home intercoms come in several different options, including traditional room-to-room talking, door-answering intercoms, video intercoms, doorbell and door chime intercoms, and some very sophisticated hybrid systems which combine elements of these options. Shouting to make yourself heard in other rooms, or racing to the front door can become necessities of the past after installation of a home intercom system.