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What’s the Difference Between WiFi 6E and WiFi 6?

By Dustin Villaruz

Recently, the NETGEAR Nighthawk RAXE500 Tri-band WiFi 6E router became available for purchase exclusively on the NETGEAR Store. While the improvement of the latest WiFi standard is gaining lots of buzz and excitement from tech enthusiasts and early adopters alike, the significance of WiFi expanding to the new 6GHz band might not be as clear […]

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WiFi 6 Comes to Orbi at IFA 2019

By Amit Rele

NETGEAR is in Berlin at IFA 2019 this week, and we’re excited to see what innovations the industry announces, but we are also excited to announce a few of our own.   Our products always set the bar for performance, and this year is no different! This year, we are very excited to announce the arrival […]

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WiFi Streams Matter. Here’s Why.

By Abhay Bhorkar

WiFi Streams – Why do they matter…? What are WiFi streams? When we look at specs for new WiFi routers, in the interest of buying the fastest router, generally what is touted on the packaging and marketing messages are the maximum theoretical speeds like AC1900 or AC2600.  While this information is important, it doesn’t explain […]

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Wi-Fi®—Rising through the Generations

By Abhay Bhorkar

The Evolution of Wi-Fi  The pace of new Wi-Fi technology developing over the past decade has been rapid.  We have moved from the 802.11g/n Wi-Fi standards, which provided basic communication capability, including standard definition video streaming, to a big leap forward with the 802.11ac standard, which allowed for gigabit wireless connections, capable of streaming HD […]

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Network Capacity. It’s the New Network Speed.

By Abhay Bhorkar

As the age of the Internet of Things (IoT) emerges, the number of connected devices in our world today is clearly on the rise. WiFi is now expected to support not only our smartphones, tablets, and laptops, but also the smart TVs, thermostats, lights, security systems, wearables and the dozens of other smart devices that […]

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