Home WiFi Router
A PRO through-wall WiFi router to resolve the WiFi coverage problem.
Convenient network access to increase attraction.
Mesh WiFi Router
To deliver seamless coverage to every corner of your home.
Different types of 4G CPE devices for different scenarios.
Ceres Wireless Extenders connect to your existing router and boost more WiFi signals throughout your home.
Ceres powerline adapters expand the Wi-Fi coverage of your home.
Ceres can customize the WiFi modules to meet the needs of your requirements.
Ceres router APP can be installed on the mobile terminal to manage Ceres' various types of router products through the Internet
WiFi Network Solution for Business
WiFi solution enables users to access company internal network.
WiFi Network Solutions for Home
The demand for home wireless networks has become obvious.
Custom WiFi Module
Customized WIFI module for home, data acquisition and industrial fields.
WiFi Network Solutions for Campus
Economical, Convenient, Stable, and Safe wireless solutions.
WiFi Network Solution for Hospital
Complete wireless coverage can also improve patients' satisfaction.
No matter how big or small the house or apartment is, the WiFi signal strength may vary depending on where you use your smartphone or laptop. This problem is especially common in large houses or houses with multiple floors. This is due to the way the WiFi signal is transmitted and the construction materials of the house.
When facing solid materials (such as bricks or concrete), WiFi signals are usually not spread well. If the home has more corners or walls, or signal obstacles, the reception will be worse.
So, how to solve this problem? This is where the mesh WiFi router system provided by Ceres, a professional company specializing in both business and home mesh network setup, comes into play, and as they become more popular, some people may consider whether to buy one. So what exactly is a mesh router? Today we will give you a brief introduction of the mesh router.
The mesh network router can be regarded as the central hub of the router, and the mesh WiFi router system can be regarded as multiple routers all connected to the modem, but they all share the same WiFi network.
Mesh WiFi routers also work wirelessly, which means they can be easily placed around the house to cover any blind spots without wiring, which can be troublesome for large houses.
Of course, in addition to the advantages, the mesh WiFi router system also has some drawbacks, the most obvious one is the cost. The mesh WiFi router system may seems to be too large. Therefore, if the home is relatively small, the mesh WiFi system may be a bit overkill.