The LINKSYS® DOCSIS 3.0 24x8 Cable Modem CM3024 with Coax Cable delivers high-speed, stable Internet connectivity to your home. Intended for broadband systems of at least 250 Mbps, you can use this LINKSYS modem to optimize your Internet service and get strong Wi-Fi to simultaneously browse the web, stream media and enjoy online games.
What Cable Networks Does It Work With?
The LINKSYS DOCSIS 3.0 24x8 Cable Modem CM3024 with Coax Cable is compatible with all major cable providers, helping to save you the cost of pricey monthly modem rental fees. Switching over from your old, outdated modem is quick and very easy due to the simple plug-and-go setup design available with LINKSYS Modem CM3024.
What's a Coax Cable For?
A coaxial cable, like the one included with the LINKSYS DOCSIS 3.0 24x8 Cable Modem CM3024 with Coax Cable, is commonly used by cable, telephone and Internet providers to convey data, voice and video communications to their customers and is extensively used within homes. It has been around for a long time as a technology, actually being used since the early 20th century, and has many specific advantages for reliable and accurate transmissions. The key to the coax cable's success has been its shielded design, allowing the copper core inside the cable to transmit data very quickly, without being overwhelmed by interference or damage from environmental factors.
About Belkin International®
Belkin was founded by Chet Pipkin in his parent's garage. Even way back then, his passion was driven by solving people's needs. Chet manufactured computer cable assemblies during evenings and weekends and sold them to local computer makers and dealers in response to the growing personal computer market in the 1980s. Since then, Belkin has kept their southern California origins and are based right in the heart of the Los Angeles technology center. Today, Belkin International has three brands to enhance the tech that connects them to the people, activities and experiences they love. Belkin products are known for their simplicity and ease of use, while their Linksys brand helped to make wireless connectivity standard around the globe.