Boosting Your Connected Home

In 2000, the world was introduced to the first “smartphone” The Ericsson R380. A new generation of technology emerged at the forefront of today’s market. The smartphone reached a new height with the introduction of the iPhone in 2007.

The age of “smart” technology began overnight.

Fast forward a couple of decades later, we now live in a world, which revolves around being and staying connected. Yet, “connection” does not always mean with other people.

Connection allows for convenience. Convenience on the go and at home. The introduction of products such as: Amazon Echo, Nest Hello & the August Smart Lock allow for people to control various aspects of their home via Wi-Fi.

What is a hotspot?

A device that provides internet access to various devices via Wi-Fi or some kind of data streaming. Most cellular network companies, like AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile offer hotspot capabilities in addition to many of their data plans.

How a Signal Booster Can Increase Wi-Fi output in Your Home.

If, you deck your home out with the latest and smart home gadgets. We are introducing a Wi-Fi hotspot into your home to regulate your connected devices would be the most economical solution for your situation.

Because, if you were to connect all the smart devices to your main router, it would more than likely slow down your connection.

But, with the installation of a signal booster. You should be able to increase the power of your mobile hotspot ensuring that your devices are connected.

This is possible because a signal booster amplifies the radio frequency, which is then turned into Wi-Fi via the mobile hotspot.