WiFi Standard 802.11ax To Boost Wireless Speeds to 10Gbps

No kidding! Damn... I need that!

Today’s standard of 802.11ac was only approved back in January of 2014, is still trying to make its way into households around the world. However, 802.11ax is the next wireless standard that could see speeds up to 10Gbps.

802.11ax is the new standard that the Wi-Fi Alliance is looking at which lab tests have shown can hit speeds slight over 10.53Gbps which equates to 1.4 gigabytes of data per second! This means you could download a 4.5Gb ISO image in less than 3.5 seconds!

With such fast speeds, we run into limitations of our existing technologies within our mobile phones, desktop computers, and even Internet pipelines. For example, most smart phones can only read data from its internal memory at around 80MB/sec and write around 20MB/sec. FAR slower than what could be delivered over 802.11ax standards.

Read more at.. http://geekinspector.com/642/news/wifi-standard-802-11ax-to-boost-wireless-speeds-to-10gbps

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