The first stop for the internet connection once it reaches your premises is usually a unit called a ‘router.’ This is the central master ‘hub’ that sends the internet connection onwards to all of your devices that need it.
Devices can connect to the router using a physical cable, but it is often more convenient to use a wireless signal called Wi-Fi instead, especially if using multiple devices in a number of rooms across a location.
Some users of mobile Broadband includes high-speed internet access in which a single cable can carry a large amount of data at once. NHSX and NHS Digital have worked with telecommunications companies to publish a series of offers and guidance to help care homes get More may connect to the internet using a mobile Wi-Fi ‘hotspot’ instead of a router but the same principles apply (see our quick guide to mobile and satellite internet for care providers for more information on this).
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