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Difference between Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E
Originally announced in 2019, Wi-Fi 6 is a significant upgrade over previous generations, providing high efficiency and maximum security to meet the growing bandwidth demands in the world. businesses.
Inheriting the strengths from Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E technology is also coming soon with improvements in the extended 6 GHz band, helping to solve network congestion, ensuring connectivity for all devices. end (Client).
Wi-Fi 6E meets the connectivity needs of all end devices
Specifically, Wi-Fi 6E took advantage of the waves in the 6 GHz band to transmit signals – something that was not supported on previous Wi-Fi generations, including Wi-Fi 6, and solved the problem. overlapping channels, reducing network conflicts and avoiding interference from electronic devices such as wireless speakers, power cables, or cordless phones, etc.
In addition, Wi-Fi 6E also enhances the controllability, operation and security of the industrial IoT platform’s network.
Aruba – the world’s leading manufacturer of networking equipment – recognized early on that the key problem with Wi-Fi 6E technology was that businesses had to equip devices and access points that support the Wi-Fi standard. 6E aims to make efficient use of the available 6 GHz bands. This requires businesses to increase network infrastructure investment costs in a uniform way.
Get ready for a superior connection experience with Wi-Fi 6E
Aruba has been ahead of the technology trend and is ready to provide solutions to extend Wi-Fi 6E standard coverage, the latest is 630 Series APs
Aruba 630 Series APs are designed with advanced Wi-Fi technologies to make the most of the 6 GHz band, meeting the needs of stable network connectivity in environments with a large number of devices connected at the same time. such as education, healthcare, manufacturing and hotel industries…, especially suitable for jobs such as video call, video conference, webinar.
Similar to Aruba’s Wi-Fi 6 AP products, the 630 Series APs feature an omni-directional 2×2 MIMO antenna design in all three bands (3.9 Gbps composite peak) with 4.6dBi gain in the band. 2.4GHz frequency, 7.0dBi in 5GHz band and 6.3dBi in 6GHz band, 2 LAN ports support PoE power supply.
Get ready to experience 6E Wi-Fi with Aruba 630 Series APs
Aruba 630 Series APs also feature built-in Bluetooth 5 and Zigbee (802.15.4) connectivity, which simplifies the deployment and management of IoT-based location services, asset tracking services, and security solutions. security and IoT sensors. There is also a USB port extension to provide IoT connectivity to a wider range of devices.
Built on the engineering foundation of Passpoint and Wi-Fi Calling, Air Pass, Aruba 630 Series APs provide seamless network switching for all connected devices, thereby extending coverage and improve network experience, bring great experience to customers, while reducing costs and managing infrastructure investment costs for businesses.
To improve security and increase management of WLAN and wired networks, IT administrators can centrally configure, automatically apply policies based on respective roles for employees, customers, contractors and other user groups.
Aruba’s unified AP product line can work as a standalone access point or with a Wireless Controller for increased scalability, security, and higher manageability. APs can be quickly deployed without technical expertise through Zero Touch, making it easy to deploy in branch offices and for remote work.
For 2020, Gartner has positioned Aruba at the top of the business in the Magic Quadrant for Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure Report. Since 2006, this is the 15th year in a row that Aruba has been honored by Gartner at the top of the Magic Quadrant chart.
Aruba 630 Series APs are expected to launch in Vietnam as soon as the 6E Wifi transmitters are licensed for use by the Ministry of Information and Communications. For more detailed product information, please refer to: https://arubasolution.vn/wifi6/
Source : Genk