Wi-Fi 6 - for more speed and better bandwidth
Today, a seamless network connection is essential to maintain the productivity and business agility of a company.
With Huawei Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), you'll benefit from increased speed and better bandwidth, whether you're running on-demand or AR/VR applications. Network latency is reduced from 30 ms to 10 ms with Wi-Fi 6. This is also possible in dense environments with a large number of users, such as in university environments, stadiums, airports, shopping malls and large banks.
Wi-Fi 6 supports four times more network bandwidth than Wi-Fi 5. No matter how many devices are transmitting at the same time, Wi-Fi 6 has no weak connection.
Wi-Fi 6 Managed Service:
With ITpoint's Wi-Fi Managed Service, we can take care of your entire Wi-Fi infrastructure, actively monitor it and keep its components up to date.
Wi-Fi 6 as a Service offers virtually every aspect of a high-performance, secure Wi-Fi network bundled into an end-to-end solution. Our subscription includes:
Our offer includes hardware and equipment for access points, wireless controllers, firewalls and switches. If desired, we also take care of all concerns with your Internet Service Provider.
- Managed services
You concentrate on your core business and we take care of your connection. With our Managed Services, you benefit from round-the-clock remote monitoring, configuration troubleshooting, firmware upgrades, advanced options such as on-site support via Service Level Agreement (SLA) and application-level bandwidth controls/analysis.
The benefits of Wi-Fi 6:
- Existing WLAN infrastructure
Wi-Fi 6 provides the ability to deploy new and emerging applications to the WLAN infrastructure of older applications while optimizing the quality of service of those applications.
- Increased efficiency
Wi-Fi 6 offers greater efficiency in bandwidth sharing and transfer handling because Wi-Fi 6 uses both the 2.4 and 5 Gigahertz bands. In the past, routers only used the 2.4 GHz frequency range. Although the 2.4 GHz band has a greater range, it is often congested, so Wi-Fi 6 regularly switches back and forth between the 2.4 and 5 GHz ranges depending on the load. This provides less interference and ensures a higher speed.
- Lower power consumption
The activation function "Target Wake Time" switches end devices into standby mode as soon as they do not transmit via WLAN. Thanks to flexible "Wake Time" scheduling, client devices can sleep much longer than with 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) and boot up again with less interference. This extends the battery life of smartphones, IoT devices or other devices.
- Reduces congestion and latency
Wi-Fi 6 supports the new OFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access) technology - this feature allows data transmission signals to be split into smaller signals. The router sends these small signals directly to individual devices on the network. Because multiple devices can be served in one transmission window, the router does not have to wait for media access for each packet. This helps to pack more data into the same airspace.
- Better communication with more devices and savings
Wi-Fi 6 uses Multiple User - Multiple Input Multiple Output (MU-MIMO) technology to allow multiple clients to connect to a single access point (AP) at the same time, allowing adjacent devices to transmit in parallel. This is particularly useful when multiple WLAN users want to upload large data packets in densely populated WLAN environments and results in fewer access points being required, thus saving money.
- Greater security through stronger encryption
The WPA3 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 3) encryption standard is mandatory for Wi-Fi 6 and ensures a more secure connection. The number "3" indicates the generation of WPA. The WPA2 encryption standard, which has been available since 2004, is the most widespread. The new WPA3 specification, which makes WLAN even more secure and easier to use, has been available since 2018.
- Performance for advanced applications and darthless networked office environments
For applications such as 4K or 8K video transmission, HD collaboration in high-density environments, Internet of Things (IoT) and wireless office environments, a high-performance, interference-free and consistent network connection is required. Wi-Fi 6 is designed specifically for this high-density connectivity.
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