Wi-Fi 6: The Next Generation of Wireless Networking

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How to Get Wi-Fi 6 for Better Home Internet 

When you flick a light switch on, you expect your lamps and lightbulbs to turn on every time, no question. Similarly, when we open our laptops or stream music today, we expect our Wi-Fi to work every time. But as many of us know, this is not always the case. 

If you experience slow or unsteady Wi-Fi at home, it may be time to upgrade your router to the latest version of Wi-Fi. Just as smartphone manufacturers roll out new and improved models every few years, Wi-Fi technology is always improving too. Routers that run on 802.11ax, also known as Wi-Fi 6, can communicate with more devices at once at incredible speeds. 

Read on to learn how Wi-Fi 6 improves your wireless devices’ performance and how a home network installation eliminates Wi-Fi dead zones across the house. 

Texadia Systems is a home technology integrator providing home network services to homes and businesses across Highland Park, TX. Contact us here to get started today! 

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The Strengths of Being Both a Commercial & Residential AV Integrator


Bring Your Commercial Skills to Residential Projects—and Vice Versa 

If a prominent business is looking for an integrator to work with, they’ll want to hire an expert. Some think a business owner might overlook the technology integrator that does “resimercial” – that is, residential and commercial – installations, and instead choose a firm that specializes in commercial. Similarly, someone building a five-million-dollar house may be looking specifically for a residential installer. 

But we’re here to demonstrate that AV integrators who work in both commercial and residential spaces have unique strengths that make them just as, if not more, valuable than specialized firms. 

If you’re a technology integrator, you may feel pressure to choose between commercial or residential work. Here’s how you can leverage your experience in both to show clients your capabilities. As an AV integrator who works in both commercial and residential fields in the Dallas, TX, area, we’ll share our insights below. You can learn more by subscribing to our monthly newsletter too! 

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What Is Wi-Fi 6 and Why Is It Better?


The Next Generation of Wi-Fi Brings Faster Speeds & Less Crashes

Have you heard of Wi-Fi 6? If you’re like most people, you may have been unaware that there was even a Wi-Fi 5. 

Wi-Fi standards are always upgrading, and each new version has its own name. Until recently, wireless standards were referred to by their technical name, like 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5). The latest version, 802.11ax, is also known as Wi-Fi 6. It’s the speediest Wi-Fi standard available on the market, letting more devices communicate simultaneously. If you’re tired of slow and unreliable internet, it might be time to trade in your router for Wi-Fi 6. 

But what is better about Wi-Fi 6? Is it worth the upgrade? We’ll share what Wi-Fi 6 can provide your home below. And if you’re curious about a home network installation in the Southlake, TX area, contact Texadia Systems here

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Can My Neighbor’s Wireless Network Affect Mine?


Learn How Networks Outside of Your Home Can Affect Your Home Network

Potential clients often approach us about their slow network speeds and connectivity issues. The first line of defense is to contact your local Internet service provider (ISP) to ensure there are no issues or outages. If you’ve done that and still have problems with slow devices in your Dallas-area home, then it’s time to address some common wireless network interference issues.

That’s where Texadia Systems comes in – our home network services address every aspect of your Texas property’s wired and Wi-Fi connections. Read below to learn two possible culprits causing your home networking issues – your neighbor's Wi-Fi and local cell towers. And if you need a home network service upgrade for your Dallas/Fort Worth-area home, connect with Texadia Systems today! 

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Learn How to Raise the Bar on Your Home Network


Texadia Systems Keeps You Connected in Fun & Exciting Ways 

Did you know that the average American has access to 10 connected devices in their home? It’s true, according to a Statista survey of over 14,000 respondents. Smart TVs, tablets, smartphones, smartwatches, gaming consoles, and more all comprise the device list. Think about your own home – how many devices do you use daily in your Texas home? 

Modern home networks require expert design and installation in order to adequately keep Texans connected, no matter if you’re in Prosper or elsewhere in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. And the last year has seen a rise in the amount of time we spent at home and changed our daily networking needs tremendously. Read on below to learn three unique ways Texadia Systems can keep you connected with professional-grade home network services.

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