Provide Your Clients with the Ultimate Online Gaming and Streaming, and Keep Their Data Secure
A smart home offers benefits that can make potential homebuyers happier, healthier, and free to live their lifestyles. Whether your clients demand streaming ultra-high-definition movies, grooving to the music on a multi-room audio system, or adjusting motorized shades, all of it likely communicates and operates on the home network.
Wi-Fi transceivers, routers, switches, and Ethernet cables are essential parts of a home's ecosystem. However, if the network falters, the luxury and convenience of instant access to content and control becomes troublesome. A professional home network installation accommodates high-bandwidth streams and keeps sensitive information safe and secure.
Are you looking to upgrade your Springfield, MO home builds with the flexibility, security, and faster speeds today’s clients insist on? Continue reading to learn how our expert networking team works with you during the design/build process.
An Upgrade Can Handle the Demands of Modern Streaming and Ban the Buffering Message Forever
Your network is the essential backbone of yoursmart home, carrying security, control data, and your entertainment content. Ensuring that you have the security and bandwidth to accommodate a modern home’s need is critical—especially when it comes to streaming.
How we view contenthas changed dramatically over the last few years.It has only been15 years since YouTube came to fame when the infamous Saturday Night Live short “Lazy Sunday” was posted. Netflix, which started as a by-mail DVD rental business, opened their streaming service in 2007, with Hulu following just a few months later.
Today streaming content is the dominant delivery platform for television shows, original content, and a growing number of first-release movies. Hub Entertainment Research shows that the big four services (Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Disney+) all experienced at least three-point growth in 2020.
Universal acceptance of streaming content required the creation of high-speed broadband to deliver content reliably. Unfortunately, too many home network installations like the one in your Springfield, MO home are not built to maximize this content. To find out how we can help you improve your network, read more below.