Demands for speed are growing and so is the usage of streaming and gaming from multiple users, all adding further strains to the wireless networks. It is no longer just a matter of delivering higher speeds, but a matter of securing that the provided speed is accessible throughout the entire home with access for all users simultaneously.
If the Wi-Fi router is not delivering on that expectation, a typical solution could be to extend the range by connecting access points and extenders to the network, often making it complicated and expensive for ISP’s to manage. It is however simpler, better and more profitable for the ISP to implement a Router with the right capacity from the start – securing a premium internet experience for all users from day one.
High-end managed Wi-Fi
Demands for broadband speed are growing and so is the usage of streaming and gaming from multiple in-home users, all adding further strains to the wireless networks. It is no longer just a matter of delivering higher speeds, but a matter of securing good Wi-Fi coverage throughout the entire home.
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Next generation fiber termination
When it comes to fiber termination, many underestimate the importance of an easy and intuitive fiber termination unit (FTU) installation. The fiber cables are extremely sensitive and having the hourly rate of service engineers in mind, terminating fiber fast and correct – first time, every time – is one of the most effective ways for network operators to ensure a low total cost of ownership (TCO).
Real time monitoring of In-Home networks
When end-consumers call a help desk, having in-home performance issues, the first-line supporters are in the firing line. As a main goal, network operators and ISPs should always strive to solve in-home performance issues with first-line supporters to keep the cost as low as possible. But often first-line supporters find themselves more ore less searching in the dark having to solve issues based on poor input from end-users unfamiliar with the technology.