Saturday, March 30, 2019

WiFi, Managed Services and the Home Network: Solving In-Home Connectivity

More than 30 percent of computing and entertainment device owners reported loss of wireless connectivity last year, with home network routers identified as the most common source of the problems, Parks Associates research shows. Reported problems with smart home devices had a lower frequency -- just 14 percent of smart home device owners reported experiencing any technical problems with their device in 2018 -- but the majority of problems were either difficulty in setup (35 percent) or wireless connectivity problems (32 percent).

From the article "WiFi, Managed Services and the Home Network: Solving In-Home Connectivity" by Chris O'Dell.

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