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Home Networking

Computer networking is the engineering that creates communication between computers and other devices. The Internet of Things – IoT, is at the heart of everything because connectivity is going to hang on or off the strength or quality of the internet that is provided in a home.

Current Concepts will specify a solid and reliable foundation that’s ready for today and for tomorrow’s technology.

With so many different computer components available for home users, home networking has become a necessary part of staying in tune with technology. We keep your cords organized so that you don’t have to be an expert to figure them out! Know which cord goes to which device without having to get out a manual to figure it out! You even have the option to make everything wireless in your home! Make all your cords and wires disappear! No more tangled cords behind your TV and stereo systems.

More Convenient File Sharing and Internet Connection

File sharing happens when you configure your home network of devices to access a central repository of files. Suddenly you’re no longer having to move files around using a flash drive. Your files are simply there to be accessed by anyone who needs them. File sharing makes it easier to share photos and music and eliminates the waste and confusion of creating multiple duplicate files.

Enterprised Grade Products

With a wide array of proven, professional grade Araknis switches, security products, business-class wireless, and software solutions, Araknis delivers IT professionals the right products, service, and support to address today’s complex networking needs.

Wireless Infrastructure

A wired network uses cables to connect devices, such as laptop or desktop computers, to the Internet or another network.

A wireless network allows devices to stay connected to the network but roam untethered to any wires. Access points amplify Wi-Fi signals, so a device can be far from a router but still be connected to the network.

A wired network has some disadvantages when compared to a wireless network. The biggest disadvantage is that your device is tethered to a router. The most common wired networks use cables connected at one end to an Ethernet port on the network router and at the other end to a computer or other device.

Previously it was thought that wired networks were faster and more secure than wireless networks. But continual enhancements to wireless network technology and Wi-Fi networking standards have eroded speed and security differences between wired and wireless networks.

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