It is a simple and all-in-one solution. ONE wifi network for all the rooms in your home, whether you have thick internal walls, more than one building, and also a poor 4G signal outside so outdoor wifi can be provided. They can be mounted on the ceiling or walls, and are all powered by ethernet cable (Power over Ethernet or POE), which are hidden so no visible cables.

You don’t lose speed.

Naturally, the arrival of wireless connectivity was a great benefit as it allows us to keep our physical space tidier and avoid the need for lengths of cable between connected devices. But besides the convenience offered by wireless, when it comes to pure speed, a debate has been raging for some time now leading to a lot of disagreement: Which is faster, Wi-Fi or network cables? The answer is straightforward, though: Ethernet cable. Although Wi-Fi is a newer protocol, there are a lot of factors in play (in fact we will only look at a few in this article) that influence whether one connection can be faster than another. Perhaps the main issue is the saturation of channels and the large number of default connections, which makes data transmission speeds less stable and generally lower.

Added to this is the effect of building structures, for example, concrete walls, and other building materials which cause a loss of signal and a reduction in performance, which affects the speeds achievable from a Wi-Fi connection. Generally speaking, the higher the frequency, the larger the rate of absorption by walls and floors. i.e 5GHz  Wifi.

However Ubiquiti get around this by having Wifi in the rooms you need it, there is no interference with wifi channels and interference, etc, and all access points are connected by ethernet cable all with one network and your devices always connect to the strongest access point giving the best/fastest Wifi access point.