Comcast released home Wi-Fi management system

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In order to maintain the increasing number of devices and the users, Comcast has come up with the fine home Wi-Fi management system.  

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Being known from the fact that the number of demands are continuously been growing on the home Wi-Fi network, the company has recently rolls out a whole new Wi-Fi management system to all its 10 million users across the world, which is simply designed to permit the users to simply manage out the growing number of users and devices on the home Wi-Fi networks.

The Xfinity xFi experience allows the users to manage and maintain the Wi-Fi network through a digital dashboard. The customers can head to set up a home Wi-Fi network, search the passwords, view which devices are linked, setting out parental controls, pausing the Wi-Fi access, and troubleshooting the problems on the home network during the dinner or the bedtime.

Comcast has its Midwest headquarters located in Schaumberg is making out the experience at no extra cost to the users having the compatible equipment.

Officials of the company point out that the growth of the internet-linked-devices from the video streaming services to the security systems and smart thermostats- are fueling up the requirement to create a simpler way to manage and maintain the home Wi-Fi networks. Comcast also estimates that there will be 50 Wi-Fi linked devices in the user’s homes by the year, 2020.

According to Eric Schaefer, senior vice president of internet and communications services for the Comcast cable, “The adoption and the access of linked devices has been grown dramatically and Comcast has created solutions that will surely make it quite simple to manage and control them”. It’s actually a platform which will help out the users to get the access to the future innovations. Eventually, improving the way millions of users interact with their own home Wi-Fi network.

All the users can simply visit www.xfinity.com/myxfi to kick start, or simply head on to download the app from the Google play store or the Apple App store. Comcast is expecting the number of xFi-ready homes to increase about 15 million by the end of the year, 2017.

As being the part of the xFi launch, the company renamed its most popular wireless gateway device to the xFi Wireless Gateway. The company is also planning out to introduce a latest xFi Advanced Gateway to users on its fastest speed tiers, which will be able to deliver the gigabit speeds over the Wi-Fi and supporting Xfinity Voice, automation apps, and home security.

Apart from this, the company has also planned out to launch no-configuration, adaptive xFi pods that can be extended out the Wi-Fi coverage to the remote areas of the home. The podcasts are actually being developed through an investment Comcast which is made in Plume, a developer of the distributor of the Wi-Fi systems and softwares. If get any tech issue with your device, simply navigate to get Comcast  24 7 tech support from experts.

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