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steven36 posted a topic in Mobile NewsWith improvements to Wi-Fi 6 and then its successor, Qualcomm engineers are working to boost speeds and overcome congestion challenges for wireless networks. Wi-Fi 6 is just now arriving in phones, laptops and network equipment. But engineers are already turning their attention to what'll come next: Wi-Fi 7. With speeds as high as 30 gigabits per second, the next generation of Wi-Fi promises better streaming video, longer range and fewer problems with traffic congestion. The change will come in a series of steps, beginning with improvements to Wi-Fi 6, that
Karlston posted a topic in Guides & TutorialsAny laptop or PC can get Wi-Fi 6 with this single upgrade One small component, one huge difference (Image credit: Intel) The new Wi-Fi 6 standard is here in a pre-release form, replacing the older 802.11ac Wi-Fi found on many recent laptops, desktops, and mobile devices with 802.11ax. But, just because the standard is available for manufacturers doesn't mean devices are getting hardware to support it. It's still new, and even some of the best laptops come without it. But, we've got good news: In many cas
Karlston posted a topic in Guides & TutorialsWi-Fi 6 routers: the best Wi-Fi 6 routers you can buy in 2019 Wi-Fi 6 is here (Image credit: Asus) Just when we were getting used to Wireless-AC, there's a new standard creeping its way onto the market. Thankfully, the Wi-Fi Alliance has realized how confusing the 802.11b/g/n/ac/ax nomenclature is for consumers. So, now you'll be looking for the best Wi-Fi 6 router instead of trying to figure out what random letter combination is the latest and greatest. So what's Wi-Fi 6, and why should you care? Well, W
Wi-Fi 6 is finally here Faster Wi-Fi is in laptops and routers you might actually buy Over the past decade, our homes have filled up with more and more devices, small and large, simple and complex, all connected to Wi-Fi. Each device demands some of your router’s time and bandwidth, and that’s increasingly become a problem — the more devices you have, the more your router’s capacity is spread thin. If this continues, speeds could slow to a drag. That’s the problem Wi-Fi 6 is meant to solve by making data delivery more efficient to ultimately offer f