What is Home Networking?

Home Networking sets up your house for a Smart future. It means reliable wired or wireless high-speed Internet access for multiple devices, both in your home and outdoors. You can enjoy high-speed broadband everywhere in your home, and have multiple people online at the same time. You’ll also be able to connect multiple devices to the network.

Internet throughout your home

More performance. More range. More possibilities.

You no longer have to deal with Internet dead zones in your home. For those places where your router's signal doesn't.

The right solution for any living room

The devolo Powerline adapters are Internet amplifiers that bring the signal to any room over the electrical wiring. This simply requires plugging in an adapter at the router and another one at the location where your Internet connection is lacking. You can expand your network to include up to eight adapters to fit the size of your home.

What is Powerline?

Powerline technology makes it possible to use the existing power network for data transfer. This lets you implement a network wherever there are power sockets, without complicated and often expensive LAN cabling. Other names for Powerline technology include PowerLAN, PLC (Powerline Communication) and dLAN (direct LAN). Powerline adapters are available with Ethernet ports and WiFi, making it possible to provide an Internet connection to any and all desired end devices such as computers, tablets, smartphones, gaming consoles or smart TVs, and at any location in the home.

Devolo brings the future to your home

Powerline adapters are a cost-effective and helpful networking alternative for any location without structured network wiring. Especially in buildings or residences lacking network cables or where updating the wiring would be expensive and complicated, Powerline adapters provide networking at high transmission rates.

Compared to pure WiFi networking, adapters present an advantage in that the signal is not impeded by walls or reinforced concrete ceilings. In addition, neighbouring WiFi access points do not have the potential of impeding the function of your own WiFi by operating on the same frequency ranges.