In this article we cover the devices that are compatible with MoCA and how they work together. Learn more.
A loose coaxial cable can be a reason your Internet is slow, but coaxial cable doesn’t inherently slow down your Internet. Actually, you can leverage coax to improve your Internet speeds. Here’s how.
Channel bonding by a cable modem reduces WiFi congestion by combining multiple downstream and upstream channels, resulting in faster Wi-Fi. Learn more.
How to choose the right cable modem/router for your home depends on your living situation and Internet needs. Learn more.
To get Wi-Fi in your home with a cable modem, you need to pair it with a Wi-Fi 6 or 802.11ac ready wireless router. Here’s the difference.
Should you choose a cable modem/router that supports OFDM or OFDMA? What is the difference? Here’s what you need to know.
Not all cable modems are supported by all Internet service providers (ISP). Before you buy, make sure yours is compatible with your service provider. Here are some tips.
Cable modem router combos streamline your set up, saving you time and space without compromising your connection quality and speeds.