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Expert Data and Voice Cabling


Discover the speed and security advantages of an ethernet home network compared to wifi
Wi-Fi is a popular choice amongst most homes today, however few experience a steady and reliable connection. For stability, high bandwidth and security a wired Ethernet home network is second to none. we speak to isp’s and a huge proportion of the problems people have with home internet is caused by problems with Wi-Fi.
It makes sense to have the most important equipment in your house to be connected via cable rather than wirelessly so if there is an issue with Wi-Fi – your computer and smart tv are not affected.

Is your home ready for the Australian NBN?
Wi-Fi provides a convenient way to connect the computers in your home without dealing with the hassle of wires, but Wi-Fi is also slow and unreliable compared to a wired connection. With the NBN rollout in the Midwest will come large bandwidth and services like internet TV (Netflix etc) allow you to watch what you want when you want. Requiring the speed and reliability that Ethernet cabling alone can deliver.
Security and Reliance
Wireless isn’t secure, whereas a wired solution is. Today enterprise networks such as universities are predominantly wired for security and reliability reasons. Sure, there are wireless hotspots dotted around, depending on the type of network, but these will be secured and will need a username and password to log on; WPA2 Enterprise is probably the most secure wireless type you’ll get, but it’s expensive and difficult to set up.
Ethernet on the other hand, is the most secure and is still used today because it works so well. You can’t intercept the data, you have extremely fast speeds and it’s cheap to run, install and maintain.