Home Network and IT
Dependable home networking solutions have never been more critical.
Future-proofed home networking. Reliable in-home communication. Blazing Internet connections. Home network installations from Bright Home Theater will change the way you work, play and interact. Professional home networking solutions from BHT incorporate the latest technologies to ensure fast, reliable connections throughout the home.
People are starting to view bandwidth-devouring devices such as smartphones, tablets, televisions, laptops and gaming systems as essential components of their daily lifestyles.
The exponential growth of these products – coupled with the content delivery transition from physical media to streaming – necessitates comprehensive home networking solutions that support this new reality.
Professional home networking solutions from Bright Home Theater and Audio incorporate the latest technologies to ensure fast, reliable connections throughout the home.
Enjoy your favorite streaming movies, television shows, music, video games, and websites without the slightest loss in performance.
Set up a home workspace that puts your office to shame.
From wired to wireless, new construction to retrofit, we provide flexible whole-home networking solutions that create the best, most reliable home networks for today’s households.
Why Set Up a Home Network?
A home network is a group of devices – such as computers, game systems, printers, and mobile devices – that connect to the Internet and each other. Home networks connect in two ways:
- A wired network, which connects devices like printers and scanners with cables
- A wireless network, which connects devices like tablets and e-readers without cables
A wired local network is basically a group of devices connected to one another using network cables, more often than not with the help of a router.
In wired networking, a connection is established the moment you plug the ends of a network cable into the two respective devices. In wireless networking, it’s more complicated than that.
A wireless network is very similar to a wired network with one big difference: Devices don’t use cables to connect to the router and one another. Instead, they use radio wireless connections called Wi-Fi.
In order to have a Wi-Fi connection, there needs to be an access point and a Wi-Fi client.
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