Monday, June 09, 2014

Home networking: Why wired (not wireless) networks ensure the best possible at-home experience

MoCA (Multimedia over Coax Alliance) is an emerging technology that allows the coax cable that may already be connecting your TV with your cable box to also act as your network cable. According to Parks Associates, 80 percent of homes already have coax in multiple rooms.

From the article, "Home networking: Why wired (not wireless) networks ensure the best possible at-home experience" by Joe Paone.

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