Networking Archive

Speedefy KX450 AX1800 WiFi 6 Router Review & Analysis

When WiFi technology first rolled out, most people weren’t using multiple devices. For the average home user, WiFi just made it easier to use the internet on your laptop. You could freely roam from room to room, check your email on AOL, and update your Myspace. Moreover, the average household wasn’t jam-packed with computers. At most, you might have three: the family computer, and mom’s …

Speedefy K4 vs. K8 WiFi Router: Review & Compare

With a few early exceptions, wireless internet has been around since 1997. In that 24 years, the technology has come a long way, as has the way we use it. Back in 1997, most people used WiFi for their laptop. While Ethernet was perfectly practical for a desktop, a laptop required wireless internet to reach its full potential. Moreover, people in 1997 were using their …

Guide to the Best 1U and 2U Rackmount UPS Battery Back-Up

Rack mounted servers have been around for years, and will probably be with us indefinitely. They’re simply the most convenient way to organize large quantities of processing power. You can swap individual machines in and out with ease, and power and cable management are simplified. That said, a well set-up server rack contains more than just servers and switches. It should also include an uninterruptable …

Guide to the Best Server Rack Cable Management System

In the world of computing, it seems like nothing ever stays the same. In the course of a decade, generations of hardware and even entire protocols can come and go. And while change is slower than it was in the past, a ten-year-old computer is still woefully obsolete. In this constantly-shifting landscape, it’s comforting to know that server racks have been around for decades. Why …

Speedefy AC2100 (Model K7W) Smart WiFi Router Review

Nowadays, we almost take it for granted that internet will be available wherever we go. If you’re standing in line for coffee, for instance, you simply expect there to be free WiFi. This is also becoming increasingly true in our own homes. It used to be that the average family had one computer. Then, we all started getting laptops. Then came smartphones, followed soon after …