Mesh networking makes for an expandable wireless solution, but it isn't generally compatible with random WiFi extenders. And yet EasyMesh is, and it's coming first from Telstra.
Having a smart speaker system is only one part of the smart home, and a decent network is definitely needed to bring it all together. Is there a solution that does both?
Getting WiFi to stretch the length of the home isn't easy at the best of times, but outside? Yeesh. And so Netgear has been building something.
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Wireless networking at home might just get a little easier very shortly, as the WiFi Alliance builds a standard that will let you buy into mesh networking from multiple makers, not just one.
We all have devices and these days we all have wireless networking, as Australia's standard is shared the world over. From this week, D-Link is going to try to improve wireless networking at home so that it keeps your home covered.
Consistent wireless access at home? It's not a dream, and as more companies devise new ways of making it happen, TP-Link is looking to the power of mesh.
It's 2017 and WiFi isn't exactly new, yet we're all still struggling for better wireless connectivity. Can a new product from Netgear help?