The Federal Communications Commission unanimously voted to adopt a proposal..…...
Today’s post is by Troy Lowe; Vice President of Development at SafeSourcing.
The Federal Communications Commission unanimously voted to adopt a proposal that will open up the 6GHz band for unlicensed Wi-Fi use. By doing this it will free up more than 1,200MHz for additional bandwidth for the next generation Wi-Fi 6 devices that are out and others that should be coming out later this year. One of the benefits of the new technology is better high density performance. Everywhere you go there is usually Wi-Fi available at places like college campuses, hospitals, restaurants and coffee shops. Because of the availability, there are usually a large number of users which puts a huge strain on the networks which aren’t usually setup for such high traffic. This high volume of users usually results in poor connectivity and slower network traffic. The Wi-Fi 6 standard is designed to improve this latency with better high density performance. The access points are designed to help prevent the interference between network devices and transmit the data more efficiently. Below are some other benefits of the new Wi-Fi 6.
- Faster Transfer speeds
- Longer Device Battery Life
- Powerful Coverage
- Expanded Range
- Better Connectivity
If you are looking to purchase new Wi-Fi equipment or devices and would like help researching available options, feel free to contact SafeSourcing. We can gather all the necessary information for you and help you decide which one meets your needs. If you would like more information on how SafeSourcing can help you, please contact a SafeSourcing Customer Service representative. We have an entire team ready to assist you today.