Buffering or Streaming Video Problems over WiFi?

Use MoCA to Fix your Buffering and Streaming Video Problems

MoCA stands for Multimedia over Coax Alliance, and is a technology that delivers super-fast, reliable Internet all over your home for gaming, browsing and streaming video.

Using the coaxial wiring already in your home, MoCA creates a superhighway for WiFi, providing faster streaming video and a better overall Internet experience.

How Can MoCA Improve my Streaming Video?

Wi-Fi can be fraught with issues including dead spots, slow connections, or drops in the signal, which result in buffering or sluggish video streaming. When you’re watching a movie, these issues are nothing but frustrating. MoCA closes that gap and instantly boosts the performance of your home network.

There are two good options to improve your video streaming experience. The first option is to use a MoCA Network Adapter kit. It’s simple. One adapter connects to your router, and the other to your device (laptop, media player, etc.) that need the improved connection and is near a coaxial port. If you already have another access point in your home, network adapters are a great solution. If you don’t, then the second option and better solution is a MoCA WiFi Network Extender. Both solutions will deliver pristine HD video streaming to all your devices.


Use MoCA With Any OTT Media Player

MoCA works great with any of the popular OTT media players like Roku, Apple TV, to name a few. It turns your WiFi network into an “Internet Autobahn” with speeds rivaling a wired Ethernet connection. With just a quick setup, you can stream high-definition video through any of your WiFi devices without interruption or degradation.

MoCA just makes sense to get your best streaming video experience ever.

What are Some MoCA Options?

For the most reliable home network, look into a WiFi Network Extender with MoCA. A good alternative is MoCA Network Adapters as long as your home has coaxial wiring.

* Devices or APs must have an Ethernet port.

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