CNET WiFi 6E Article

Marc
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edited April 25, 2020 in Network Infrastructure #1
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  • Albert
    Albert Member Posts: 97
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    Thanks Marc for posting this. Much appreciated. More money to the manufacturers... new clients... new routers.... will it ever stop ?
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  • kltaylor
    kltaylor Member, Beta Tester Posts: 1,231
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    Technology changes frequently, so no it won't ever 'stop'.  Security patches, technology upgrades are still a thing, so it's a good idea to keep up with what you are working with, what and when to upgrade to when the time arises.
    "There's a fine line between audacity and idiocy."
    -Warden Anastasia Luccio, Captain
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  • bapostodo
    bapostodo Member Posts: 1
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    Marc, thank you so much for posting this. I really appreciate you doing so. There is more money to be made for the manufacturers.
  • Karl_From_Fing
    Karl_From_Fing Administrator, Beta Tester Posts: 414
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    Great read @Marc
    Thanks for sharing! I particularly loved the following analogy: "My convoluted metaphor for all of that was to imagine your router as a bartender, and the devices on your network as the people trying to order drinks. A Wi-Fi 6 router is like a four-armed bartender capable of efficiently serving drinks to several patrons at once." Great description!
    Marc