5 Reasons why you need Sif's smart Wifi solution
Homeowners today are ready to upgrade their home into a smart home with smart locks, smart bulbs, smart speakers, and more. But often neglect the most important piece of a smart home: your internet connection. Before making any big purchases, make sure that you have enough bandwidth to power all those devices and keep them running smoothly.
The problem with your smart home is that without a strong internet connection to support it, the devices will mostly be useless. Sif provides targeted high-performing wifi so you can enjoy Netflix and other features of your smart device uninterrupted by buffering or lagging issues caused by an average wifi system.
1. Range coverage
Wifi can be hard to find in the most out-of-the-way places, especially if it's blocked by walls and other structures. Sif's powerline technology ensures that it seamlessly transfers data signals from one device to another, and therefore boosts your signal into those tricky places like the basement or outside of the house where you may need better wifi coverage. Sif's smart wifi solution covers an area of 5000 square feet and multiple floors, so you don't have to worry about how far you are seated from the router.
2. Peak your productivity with work from home controls
Weak Internet can often be frustrating while you're working from home. You know how you're always juggling between work and personal life? Let's say that you use different devices for personal entertainment and for work. With Sif, you can easily manage your bandwidth requirement for your work and run your heavy softwares or systems seamlessly without any interruption from time to time. Sif's smarter wifi solution understands your needs and gives you the power to control your life the way you like it. You can use the Sif app to combine your work and entertainment needs since it provides an option for more targeted connectivity.
3. Securely watch over kids with parental controls
Parents always worry about what their children consume on the internet. It is often said that if a child spends too much time glued to a computer, it can lead to mental health problems such as loneliness and depression. To control your kids' consumption of the internet content is important, so you don't have any regrets in the future! With Sif's smart app, parents are able to track how long they spend online for homework or research-giving them an upper hand with controlling these instances going forward.
4. Simply plug and play
Sif devices in a pair of fixed node and a portable one. The fixed node connects to your router via a data cable and is plugged in to your power socket. Once, plugged in, it will start sending data signals through your existing electrical wirings.
You can plug in the portable node anywhere else in the house(in the same electrical circuit) where your wifi's range couldn't reach. So you can move the portable node freely anywhere, but only in your house due to the same electrical setup. Sif will definitely suit all of your needs.
5. Smarthome hub for your smart devices
The Sif devices work as a Smart Home Hub, So with the Sif smart app, you can seamlessly control all your smart home appliances from one application. The interface is intuitive and simple to use, with an easy-to-follow layout that lets you invite other members of your household as well. You'll also be able to keep track of how many devices are connected at any given time and share bandwidth as needed, so it's easier than ever to ensure all the other devices don't overload bandwidth by using too much power or energy.
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