WiFi changed our lives by allowing us to connect our devices wherever we needed to be, and suddenly the world became our offices. The internet of things has made it possible to do business wherever we are, but as more devices get connected to the WiFi the signal slows down. This is because up until now, a WiFi router could only connect to one device at a time, hopping from device to device to send and receive small packets of information. Now WiFi6 is rolling out and it’s going to be able to connect to multiple devices at the same time, greatly increasing speed. Learn more about the history and future of WiFi from the infographic below!

Courtesy of NetGear


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