Over the years the number of Wi-Fi routers has grown significantly, and by 2025, almost 100 billion internet connections will be created around the world. In addition, upcoming extremely demanding devices, including 8K videos or VR/AR games, will play a vital role in our lives gathering every bit of data at the same time.

What’s left of previous generation—The 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands—has now become a lower entry barrier waiting for devices to contribute to network congestion. As a way of achieving less dense use, more devices, and increased data traffic, the highly efficient Wi-Fi 6 with a large, transparent band was introduced.

Wi-Fi 6 was first launched with new features last year to offer next-generation access to next-generation routers. In brief, this is a simpler and more powerful Wi-Fi variant that helps wireless access points such as routers to help handle networks full of users and consumer devices. And now with the launch of Wi-Fi 6E, the network arena is getting even wider.

The market term for consumers to recognize Wi-Fi systems running under 6 GHz is Wi-Fi 6E or 802.11ax. Wi-Fi 6E provides the functionality and capabilities to expand Wi-Fi 6 into the 6 GHz network, including improved capacity, lower latency, and higher data speeds.

The production is already ongoing, and it is anticipated that Wi-Fi 6E devices be available rapidly after 6 GHz regulatory approvals. This increased ability for broadband allows more innovation in Wi-Fi which makes important benefits to customers, industries with ecosystems.

Because of its identical characteristics and its closeness to the 5 GHz band where Wi-Fi already exists, 6 GHz offers increased spectrum power, contiguous spectrum blocks to 14 more 80 MHz channels, or 7 more 160 MHz broad channels and less congested bandwidth from standard Wi-Fi 4 or Wi-Fi 5 networks.

Wi-Fi 6E uses the 6 GHz features to support quick data processing apps with high bandwidth, including high-quality video playback, augmented reality, and lower latency networking for online gaming apps. It would influence both businesses and customers with these fast speeds and low latency.

Wi-Fi 6 is the secret to this better network, so it won’t be feasible to bind earlier generations of Wi-Fi users to the 6GHz channel. This implies that Wi-Fi 6E will not be equipped with older generation devices which serve as poor links in the chain.

Developments such as Wi-Fi 6E in the networking industry compelled us to seek out for the best networking solution providers. Hence, Insights Success has come up with this exciting edition, “2020’s Most Trusted Networking Solution Providers,” that are standing at the forefront of networking technology and are contributing to connecting the world to every corner.

Our shortlisted companies include CloudGenix, a Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solution that provides agile, intelligent, secure, and performant connectivity for all apps over any WAN transport; GeoLinks, a leading telecommunications company and competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) public utility, nationally recognized for its innovative Internet and Hosted Voice solutions; Lavelle Networks, a client-centric networking solution provider delivering the best enterprise network experience; Redpine Signals, Inc., a wireless semiconductor and system solutions company focusing on innovative, ultra-low power and high-performance products for next-generation wireless applications; and Turn-key Technologies, a leader in networking, communications and security since our inception.

With all that said, it’s time to flip pages and delve into the world of networking.

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