Okay, so we know WiFi 6 will make the internet faster, but there’s much more to it. Those in the know have described it as more than just a simple speed boost. The impact will be much more subtle, and companies and users will reap the benefits over time, not all at once.
The new generation of WiFi is future-proof, so there won’t be a constant need for upgrades after a one-off speed boost. Of course, as with everything, there is always a shelf life, but WiFi 6 should help decrease the chances of our internet speeds coming suddenly in a few years.
Plus, the resulting increase in efficiency and quality, as well as speed, means there will be less chance of technical problems in the future. This would result in getting said problems sorted, resulting in reduced maintenance and costs, and hopefully reduced overheads. Plus, there would be the additional result of added security, so potential hacks and data breaches would not add extra unexpected costs.