Software Defined Networking is essentially a "Smart Network." able to anticipate issues before they occur, repair the network if a pieces of equipment. This is the same equipment major companies use to ensure 99.9% uptimes.
Mesh networks can automatically repair themselves if they have not lost power. In cases cables get damaged, they can wirelessly connect the network back together to prevent an outage in the time it takes a technician to respond. This will also assist in cases where a convention network cable can not be practical however, you do have a power source present.
Most solutions have the ability to control and see statistics of your network on your smart phone. Quickly block a device if someone has revoked internet privileges.
We can manage your network for you to give you a ease of use experiences. We do have multiple options on how we can assist you remotely.
We can manage your network for you and ensure you are always up to date and perform preventive maintenance inspections to minimize network downtime.
2.4Ghz is a longer bandwidth. This being said, it will have a farther distance reach then a shorter bandwidth such as 5Ghz. lower the frequency, the better the though wall penetration of signal. this is why you can hear a subwoofer farther than you can hear conventional speakers.
Some higher end products will combine the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz signal into a single wireless SSID. This will take the decision of changing frequency out of your hands and the network will actively confirm you are on the best choice for the location of your device.
WiFi 6 and whats new about it?
The new WiFi 6, also known as 802.11ax, incorporates many new technologies to help with this. Intel trumpets that WiFi 6 will improve each user’s average speed by “at least four times” in congested areas with a lot of connected devices with WiFi 6 Chipsets (Not available on all new devices)