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WattBox provides three distinct ways to fix problems, reduce service calls, and prevent truck rolls. Combine WattBox’s scheduling and auto-reboot with OvrC Home and OvrC remote management, and you have a one-of-a-kind power conditioner.
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eero is a unique mesh system that brings Wi-Fi down halls, around walls, and to every corner of your clients’ homes. Unlike other networking solutions—which can leave some rooms out of Wi-Fi’s reach—an eero system uses multiple devices that work together harmoniously to send connection in every direction. eero calls it TrueMesh technology, because it truly adapts to your clients’ needs.
Whether you need a single router or whole home system, eero works with your existing internet connection and is ready to set up right out of the box.
Every eero is designed with one speed in mind: fast. From streaming to video conferencing, we’ve got you covered with a network that doesn’t slow you down.
Say goodbye to dead spots, buffering, and dropped calls. Get a consistently strong signal throughout your home so you can stream, game, and work with confidence.
eero optimizes its performance based on network layout, connected devices, and overall network usage. The result is faster speeds, greater coverage, and a more reliable connection.
TrueMesh is a patented technology that relies on dynamic routing algorithms and real-time data for less speed degradation.
If there’s a disruption of any kind, TrueMesh hops between eero devices to keep the balance so the signal stays strong and uninterrupted.
Your client is already paying their internet provider for a fast connection. Shouldn’t they get hardware that can deliver it? eero 6 systems support speeds up to a gigabit. Your clients get effortless connectivity for their devices—whether they’re watching 4K movies or video conferencing the team.
Wi-Fi 6 uses OFDMA technology to clear up any congestion. Here’s how it works: A single transmission sends data to multiple users in parallel and better fills the Wi-Fi channel. This leads to more efficient use of the channel and lower wait times for users to get their data.