What Is Wi-Fi 6 and Why Is It Better?

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The Next Generation of Wi-Fi Brings Faster Speeds & Less Crashes

Have you heard of Wi-Fi 6? If you’re like most people, you may have been unaware that there was even a Wi-Fi 5. 

Wi-Fi standards are always upgrading, and each new version has its own name. Until recently, wireless standards were referred to by their technical name, like 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5). The latest version, 802.11ax, is also known as Wi-Fi 6. It’s the speediest Wi-Fi standard available on the market, letting more devices communicate simultaneously. If you’re tired of slow and unreliable internet, it might be time to trade in your router for Wi-Fi 6. 

But what is better about Wi-Fi 6? Is it worth the upgrade? We’ll share what Wi-Fi 6 can provide your home below. And if you’re curious about a home network installation in the Southlake, TX area, contact Texadia Systems here

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