NEWS

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  • Jan.2020
    16
    TP-Link Omada Business Wi-Fi Solution with Centralized Cloud Management–Anywhere, Anytime. Ideal for Seamless Campus Network.
    “We are extremely proud to roll out TP-Link Omada, an end-to-end cloud solution dedicated to business networking.” Ideal for Hospitals, Education, Offices, Factories, Warehouse etc. TP-Link Omada aims to simplify network management, and help build a business network with higher efficiency, higher reliability, and higher security.”
  • Jan.2020
    09
    An Introduction to 6 GHz Wi-Fi
    An Introduction to 6 GHz Wi-Fi
  • Jan.2020
    06
    How to Choose the Operation Mode of TP-Link Devices?
    Have you ever noticed different operation modes when configuring some TP-link multi-mode devices, such as Access Point and 3G/4G router? Perhaps AP mode, repeater/bridge mode are quite familiar to you. But other modes are equally useful and can fill a niche to help enhance your networking setup. This article will differentiate those modes in specific scenarios, offering instructions on how to improve network stability.
  • Dec.2019
    30
    Wi-Fi 6 + Mesh Brings Revolutionary Whole-Home Wi-Fi
    Wi-Fi networks face increasingly high network demands. They are required to efficiently handle the data traffic of various services for growing numbers of devices. To meet these demands, Wi-Fi 6 was created. Combining it with Mesh technology delivers revolutionary, highly efficient whole-home Wi-Fi.
  • Dec.2019
    15
    Mesh Wi-Fi Network for Unified Whole-Home Coverage
    Blanketing your whole home with Wi-Fi signals is not always easy, especially when you live in a large house with many floors (and walls). If you only use one router and encounter Wi-Fi dead zones around your home, have added multiple network nodes but are tired of complicated Wi-Fi setup and management, or always lose connection while walking around your house, then you may want to consider getting a mesh Wi-Fi network.
  • Dec.2019
    15
    Mesh Wi-Fi with Powerline
    When your home network speed started to slow down, you changed it to a whole-home mesh Wi-Fi system and thought everything would get better. But then you found out that wasn’t really gonna happen.
  • Nov.2019
    14
    TP-Link has been Recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure.
    TP-Link has been recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure as a Niche Player. Vendors covered in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure, intended for use by enterprise I&O leaders responsible for wired and wireless LAN access network infrastructure, provide hardware and software solutions to deliver connectivity to environments like enterprise accommodations and branch locations.
  • Sep.2019
    25
    TP-Link Archer C5400X Tri-Band MU-MIMO Gaming Router Setup for GeForce NOW™ QoS Mode
    Page Description: TP-Link Archer C5400X router welcomes its GeForce NOW™ QoS Mode upgrade with extensive help from the NVIDIA® GeForce NOW™ team. With this Mode turned on, Archer C5400X instantly detects GeForce NOW™ gaming streams and prioritizes them, making game streaming as fluid as possible.
  • Sep.2019
    19
    Avira® and TP-Link® Join Forces to Offer Wi-Fi Routers with IoT Security for the Smart Home
    Tettnang, Germany, September 17, 2019 – Avira® is partnering with TP-Link®, a leading global provider of consumer and business networking products to protect smart home users from internet threats. Avira SafeThings®, a security solution embedded in the router, will transform TP-Link’s Wi-Fi routers into home protectors.
  • Sep.2019
    18
    Why Choose Wi-Fi 6 Products From TP-Link?
    As the number of devices rises dramatically, plenty of apps and services compete for network resources, crowding your network and creating lag. To solve this problem, Wi-Fi 6 (also known as 802.11ax), a next-gen high-efficiency Wi-Fi standard, was created.
  • Sep.2019
    15
    6 Reasons to Buy Wi-Fi 6
    Wi-Fi is welcoming its new standard—Wi-Fi 6. Wi-Fi 6 was made to meet our increasing demand for high-quality network, generated by larger apps and games packed with high resolution movies and video chatting.
  • Sep.2019
    09
    Ways to Bring Dead Zones Back to Life
    Have you ever suffered from weak or even no Wi-Fi signal in specific spots in your apartment? Or have you ever experienced that the wireless signal somehow disappears in certain corners in your house? Be careful, you may find a Wi-Fi dead zone.
  • Aug.2019
    29
    How can I get my own Wi-Fi 6 network?
    Since the release of the latest Wi-Fi standard, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), some vendors have successively launched Wi-Fi 6 devices. For example, TP-Link launched their first Wi-Fi routers—Archer AX6000—in January of 2019 at CES. Using the Wi-Fi 6 standard, these devices are not only designed to provide incredible high-speed Wi-Fi, but also stability, range, and efficiency so that users get the most out of their network.
  • Jun.2019
    04
    TP-Link® Unveils OneMesh™, a Flexible and Cost-Effective Wi-Fi Network that Covers the Entire Home
    TP-Link OneMesh offers consumers more choices and options to experience whole home Wi-Fi, without replacing existing devices or purchasing a whole new Wi-Fi ecosystem.
  • Mar.2019
    04
    TP-Link collaborates with Broadcom to create a lineup of 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) networking products
    LAS VEGAS – January 7, 2019 – TP-Link®, a leading global provider of consumer and business networking products, today at CES launched its new series of AX products powered by Broadcom’s 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) chipsets.

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