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Give your small business extra power with Wi-Fi 6E

By Denise De Albuquerque

As SMBs increasingly rely on wireless networks for mission-critical applications, the need for faster, more reliable connectivity has never been greater. The next generation of WiFi, known as Wi-Fi 6E, is designed to meet this demand by providing significantly higher speeds and lower latency than its predecessors. Wi-Fi 6E is also far more efficient, meaning that it can support a larger number of devices without sacrificing performance. If you're planning to upgrade your wireless connection, jumping onto Wi-Fi 6E is a more practical and feasible choice. Its unmatched speed and efficiency can keep your business connected and running smoothly.

How is Wi-Fi 6E different from Wi-Fi 4, Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6

Wi-Fi 6E is the latest evolution of WiFi that takes advantage of the newly unlicensed 6 GHz spectrum. This new spectrum offers several benefits over the older 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz spectrums in which Wi-Fi 4 and Wi-Fi 5 operate. The primary benefit of the 6 GHz spectrum is that it provides far more bandwidth than either of the older spectrums. This extra bandwidth enables Wi-Fi 6E devices to offer significantly higher speeds than their predecessors. The 6 GHz spectrum is also much less congested than the older spectrums, improving reliability and reducing interference for home networks or small businesses. Finally, the 6 GHz spectrum offers better coverage than any current spectrums, making it ideal for whole-home or office coverage.

How can the 6 GHz band alleviate network problems?

As the number of WiFi-enabled devices in homes and small businesses continues to grow, the strain on the existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands is becoming increasingly apparent. These bands are becoming overcrowded, resulting in slower speeds and more interference from neighbouring networks. The 6 GHz band has the potential to alleviate these problems by providing additional capacity for heavy traffic and minimizing interference from nearby networks, improving your home or office networking performance by supplying cleaner and stronger signals.

How will Wi-Fi 6E influence business operations?

For businesses, the most significant advantage is likely to be increased capacity. The additional bandwidth afforded by Wi-Fi 6E will support more devices at higher speeds. It will also benefit enterprises that rely on cloud-based applications or require high-definition video streaming. In addition, Wi-Fi 6E is designed to be more energy-efficient than previous generations of WiFi, which can help businesses reduce their environmental impact.

Unlock the full potential of Wi-Fi 6E

As small businesses increasingly move online, fast, reliable, and seamless WiFi connectivity is now a must-have. Unfortunately, traditional Wi-Fi routers can often struggle to keep up with the demands of a modern business. By taking advantage of the newly available 6 GHz frequency band, Wi-Fi 6E can significantly boost both speed and capacity, making it ideal for homes or business operations that need to support multiple devices. Since Wi-Fi 6E is more efficient than previous generations of WiFi, it can cover a larger area with the same amount of power.

TP-Link’s new Deco XE75 is a powerful Wi-Fi 6E system that can cover up to 5,500 square feet of space with fast, seamless WiFi. It also features our advanced mesh technology that unites your home or office under one name and password while delivering the best connections as you move room to room for superior coverage. The Deco XE75 also supports TP-Link's HomeShield, a cutting-edge security system that helps to protect your home network and IoT devices from online threats.

Stay ahead of the curve—keep your network running at peak performance and experience the power of Wi-Fi 6E for your business! To learn more about Wi-Fi 6E and our networking solutions for businesses, visit https://www.tp-link.com/ca/business-networking/ or contact us through sales.ca@tp-link.com.

Denise De Albuquerque

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