Enjoy smoother streaming, faster downloads, and improved gaming and video conferencing. A good router can provide better coverage and protect your home network and attached devices from cyber threats.
The latest generation Wi-Fi 6 technology improves Wi-Fi performance and reliability of connections to all your devices by up to 4 times. OFDMA and MU-MIMO allow for efficient data transmission to multiple devices at the same time.
If your home exceeds 1,800 square foot or you have a split wing, chances are you are going to need a access point to strengthen the coverage of the wireless network.
Access points can handle over 60 simultaneous connections each. By installing access points throughout the home/office, users can roam freely from room to room without experiencing network interruptions. As they move through the home/building, their devices shift seamlessly from one access point to the next without dropping the connection—they will not even realize they’re switching between networks.
A range extender lengthens the reach of an existing Wi-Fi network. Since range extenders connect wirelessly to Wi-Fi routers, they must be placed where the Wi-Fi router's signal is already strong, not in the location of the actual dead spot. For instance, if your router is in the basement of a two-story building, installing a range extenderon the ground floor (where coverage from the Wi-Fi router is still strong) will eliminate potential dead zones on the second floor.
A mesh network is a group of devices that act as a single Wi-Fi network; so there are multiple sources of Wi-Fi around your house, instead of just a single router. These additional Wi-Fi sources are called points.
Wifi is broadcasted from each point around your home/business (and not just a single router), they can provide better coverage over a wider space. If you have a large house/office, you can add more points for additional Wi-Fi coverage.
All points are connected to each other wirelessly. As long as they are within range, they can communicate with one another wirelessly without the need for a router or switch. This allows for fast and efficient data routing.