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Wired VS Wifi
Wi-Fi is obviously more convenient than wired Ethernet cables, but Ethernet still offers significant advantages. Join us as we take a look at the pros and cons of wired and wireless connections.
You probably won’t be connecting an Ethernet cable to your smartphone any time soon. But it’s usually worth running Ethernet cables to the devices that matter, if you can—gaming and media PCs (or consoles), backup devices, and set-top boxes being just a few examples. To help you make the decision, we’re going to take a look at the three main advantages of using Ethernet over the best Wi-Fi router—faster speeds, lower latency, and reliable connections.
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The variety of WiFi products available within the UniFi family makes it possible to design optimal solutions for a broad range of wireless venues. Value-priced UniFi Wi-Fi appliances offer the local and remote connectivity needed for home offices or micro-branches. High-bandwidth or mesh APs deliver the bandwidth required for high-density environments like enterprise headquarters or auditoriums. APs with high-power omni-directional or uni-directional antennas provide sufficient signal strength to penetrate hotel and dormitory walls. Ruggedized UniFi APs can withstand the harsh conditions of sites like dusty warehouses, open stadiums, or outdoor work sites.
All these products can be configured, administered, tuned, secured, updated and debugged seamlessly across multiple sites via a centralized management system. Progent can help you analyze your various Wi-Fi environments to determine which UniFi devices make the best business sense and Progent can help you plan the most cost-effective way to deploy and manage them.