When it comes to home Internet services, there should be nothing of higher value than the amount of bandwidth given to the residential home. In light of this, The Mesh Networks has devised a brand new way to figure out just how much each house will have when it comes to their bandwidth.
How will the company do this, though? By offering a service that will allow the users themselves to set those limits. Using the HomeNetTM Router, users will be able to customize their home network’s bandwidth settings per device, as well as will be able to set a strict and effective priority schedule. All of this will mean that those using these routers will have significantly more control over how much bandwidth they are actually using.
This particular program will first be a closed beta program that will start today (November 27) and will then go wide in the early part of 2013. Specifically, the HomeNet router boasts a couple of robust features that will give users much more control over Internet use in ways that have yet to be touched upon by most users with other companies.
Being able to control Internet usage for one device or another will ultimately mean that the all important band width will be going to devices that need that dedication at the time they are being used.
Users will also be able to check out where any device has been browsing while using the router, meaning that users will enjoy a level of security they cannot get from the average router.
In actuality, the HomeNet Router serves as an extension of what the Mesh Network company has been providing its business customers for years. While businesses have had the ability to manage their bandwidth usage since 2005, this will be the first time ever that an individual user will be able to access these kinds of extensive management features.
In related VoIP news, Patton (News - Alert) Electronics recently revealed its all-new customer service support system, including its new platinum-level Premium Support and platinum-plus Premium 24/7 Support services, which take the company’s already unparalleled gold-standard free support to an unbelievable new level. Already offering free lifetime technical support is rare in itself, but by working with Patton-Inalp (Switzerland), Patton Electronics (USA) is extending its lifetime technical support with global 24x7 coverage – something that is even rarer in the electronic-telecommunications industry.
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Edited by Allison Boccamazzo