As the Internet and connected devices evolve, your home network must evolve too. Otherwise, you will be stuck with subpar online experiences. No one wants that. By getting the best cable modem (and router) with the latest in technology, you can future-proof your Internet connection and get the most out of it for a longer period of time.
What does it mean to “Future-proof” Your Network Connection?
Future-proofing your network means using the latest that technology has to offer, so you can take full advantage of the new features and improvements brought to Internet devices. When you’re looking to upgrade your cable modem and/or router, you should make sure they have the latest features and support standard protocols, such as DOCSIS 3.1 technology. As devices and your Internet usage evolves, your network will have to as well. This means that if you have devices that are outdated, you will need to replace them (either buying or renting from your ISP) with more up-to-date technology.
The same applies to your network devices such as your cable modem and router. You want to make sure that they include the most up-to-date features, and they support current technology and protocols.
What makes the best cable modem?
The best cable modem is the one that fits all your Internet needs and can offer you the most recent technology advancements so you can enjoy an improved Internet experience. The best cable modem features to look for are:
- Capable of handling Gigabit speeds
- DOCSIS 3.1 technology
- DOCSIS 3.0 backwards compatibility
- 2 x 2 OFDM/OFDMA channels
- Gigabit Ethernet ports
Hitron’s CODA DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem will future-proof your Internet connection because it can deliver the speeds that your ISP is providing today as well as delivering the higher speeds up to 10 Gbps of tomorrow.
Hitron’s CODA DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem is available on Amazon, The CODA has DOCSIS 3.1 to deliver the fastest Multi-Gigabit speeds to your connected devices. Learn more about cable modems or cable modem routers by reading Hitron’s Learn Page.