Networking

The Luxul Epic Series: Much More Than a Router

By Advertorial · April 24, 2017 • The all-new Luxul Epic series offers integrators a platform for delivering a superior user experience and building recurring revenue.

Top 3 Reasons You Should Be at the 2017 ESA Leadership Summit

By Advertorial · December 15, 2016 • Experience an executive conference designed by and for integrators and business leaders like you.

Networking for the Connected Home

By Advertorial · July 18, 2016 • Superior home networking delivers profitability for you and dependability to your clients.

Control4 Q1 Revenues Up 34%

By Jason Knott · May 5, 2016 • Control4 cites its acquisition of Pakedge and debut of its new EA Controllers as key contributors to strong revenue growth for Q1 2016.

Pakedge Responds to Random Integrator Questions about IP Networks

By CE Pro Editors · May 4, 2016 • As a follow-up to a CE Pro Webinar on wireless networking, Pakedge answers questions from dealers about PoE, SSIDs, WAPs, band-steering and more.

Do You Know Where to Find Your Sounding Board?

By Advertorial · May 2, 2016 • Expanding your professional circle with people who understand this business is not only critical, it’s easier than you think.

Interview: Ihiji CEO Stuart Rench Talks Funding, IoT, Hunting ‘Ghost’ Problems

By Arlen Schweiger · June 25, 2015 • Technology systems remote management provider Ihiji CEO Stuart Rench spoke with us on the growing opportunities in monitoring networked solutions and how CE pros can better arm themselves with related education.

HDBaseT Video Distribution Among ‘New American Home’ Technical Highlights

By CE Pro Editors · July 30, 2014 • Constructed for showcase during the annual International Builders’ Show, this year’s New American Home emphasized A/V distribution and wireless networking along with the usual energy efficiency and architectural elements.

Pakedge Bolsters Warranty Coverage

By Robert Archer · June 16, 2014 • Pakedge is now backing its product line with three-year product warranties.

Pakedge Debuts W7R Rack-Mountable Dual-Band Wireless Access Point

By CE Pro Editors · January 29, 2014 • Pakedge W7R rack-mountable WAP concurrently directs wireless signals between the 2.4GHz and 5,0GHz bands to avoid interference.

Legrand Powerline Network Starter Kit Creates Turnkey Home Networks

By Robert Archer · January 24, 2014 • Legrand says its new Powerline Network Starter Kit offers installers an easy and affordable way to create a network in clients' homes without pulling any wires.

Case Study: Balancing Out ‘Too Much Wi-Fi’ at Large Auto Dealership

By Jason Knott · January 23, 2014 • Integrator uses Pakedge C36 Controller as backbone for secure, reliable wireless network for new expansive auto dealership, but also learns that you can have 'too much Wi-Fi.'

How Apple’s Bonjour Networking Standard Affects Installs

By Bjorn Jensen · November 18, 2013 • When Apple implemented its Bonjour networking standard, it never envisioned this would be used outside of a small home. We take a look at the potential issues Bonjour could create in large home networks and how to overcome them.

The Truth & Future of 802.11ac

By Victor Pak · September 19, 2013 • Before you buy that new 802.11ac wireless access point, we need to debunk some of the hype and really educate ourselves about the new standard. What is good about the technology and what are the limits?

Neat-O: IP-Based Control, MoCA Make Retrofit Easier

By Grant Clauser · September 12, 2013 • A 12,000-square-foot home is retrofitted with URC’s Total Control to provide audio to 10 separate zones lighting and control the audio/video. All this was done while maintaining the home's aesthetics, which was a major concern for the homeowners.

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