The Connected Home is No Longer a Luxury,
It’s a Standard

We’ve come a long way since the 1980s Smart House!  Remember when all the wiring technologies and communications protocols were disparate, and the major goal was to bring them together onto a single platform? 

It’s been more than 40 years since the inception of home automation.  Welcome to plug-and-play home electronics solutions that have evolved the market from a mere curiosity for the small “ahead-of-the-curve” segment of luxury homebuyers, to our current technology reality, reports Home Innovation Research Labs

The ripple effects of COVID-19 underscore the value of a strong and reliable in-home internet signal that allows multiple people—parents working from home, kids learning virtually, everyone binge-watching their favorite streaming service, not to mention security systems and other connected devices—to be online at the same time without a decline in performance. 

A strong and reliable in-home internet signal that allows multiple people to be online at the same time without a decline in performance is a must for the modern family.

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