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Who is the UK’s fastest broadband provider?

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At the time of writing, Hyperoptic is only available in 28 towns and cities across the UK, including Greater London, Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow.

However, Hyperoptic expands on a building-by-building basis rather than moving wholesale into an area. So, even if a customer lives in one of the cities where Hyperoptic is already rolled out, that means there’s no guarantee of availability.

That said, Hyperoptic are striving to become competitive in the cities where they’re active, even with their slower speed packages.

In the autumn of 2017, they increased the speed of their cheaper deals by 50%, to 30Mb and 150Mb.

Find out where Hyperoptic is available in our full review. Compare it directly with Virgin Media in this guide.

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Top 10 Best Wireless Access Points 2019

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A wireless access point which is also known as WAP is an electronic networking device that enables wireless devices (e.g. desktop computer, smartphones) to connect to a network. WiFi, Bluetooth and other protocols are usually used. The Wireless Access Point (WAP) usually connects to a router, or a network to pass data between the wireless devices and the network.

Both wireless access points and routers are necessary for an internet connection. Access points provide a reliable and cost-effective solution for small offices and homes.

Why Do You Need a Wireless Access Point ??

A Wireless Access Point can provide you convenience in using the internet and also your own network, because :

– Everything is wireless. You can connect your PCs or Laptop computers to the network with ease, without those troublesome CAT 5 cables. You can bring your laptop around your house, watch your favorite shows on YouTube anywhere you want.
– Sharing an internet connection with many devices (Smartphones, tablets or computers) will be easier. You only need to find the access point’s name, then enter the password and within a few seconds, you will be instantly connected to the network.
– Nowadays, the wireless network can work very fast. You will be able to transfer files among computers connected to the same WAP easily.

Following are our picks for the best wireless access points 2019 on the market. Lets check it out and Scroll down for more details.


1. Ubiquiti UniFi UAP-AC-PRO-US

The Ubiquiti UniFi UAP access point is one of the best, and that’s why it is on top of our list. It comes at an affordable price and is an ideal choice for small businesses, offices, and homes. It has a 3 dual-band antenna of 3 dBi each.

The power consumption is not much, that is, around 9 W maximum. It has a beautiful design and an auto-sensing feature that makes it unique. It is very easy to set up and doesn’t need any controller. You can use it outdoors as well since it has a portable design.

It features the 802.11ac Wi-Fi with multiple inputs and outputs which can deliver up to 300 Mbps speed and an amazing signal range of around 400 ft.

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What is the difference between Cat 5 and Cat 6?

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A network consists of different systems that are linked together and can exchange data with each other. With large internet providers and hosting companies, this exchange of data is done by means of light. The system used for this is called optical telecommunication, better known as fiber. The advantage of optical fiber is that there is no theoretical limit in the bandwidth and speed of the data stream. Many and very fast data can be communicated internally. Only the bottleneck in this system is the equipment that has to send the data; the routers and switches.

The use of fiberglass in a home is actually superfluous. For example, if you have connected a media server to your television and want to stream an 8K resolution film on it, then the required bandwidth is ‘only’ 100 Mbit / s. While a copper Cat5 cable can achieve a bandwidth of 1000 Mbit / s. For this reason, and the relatively high purchase costs of fiber optics, a Cat5 or Cat6 cable is often used in homes. The big difference between Cat5 and Cat6 cables is the amount of data that can be sent. Cat6 has a higher bandwidth compared to Cat5. You can compare this with a water pipe: If you have a wide water pipe, more water can flow through it compared to a narrower water pipe.

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