The world is increasingly connected. Data and information, disseminated quickly and widely, offer companies agility in their business. Therefore, spending just one minute without connection can result in significant damage.
To meet the demand of these companies, Oi SoluÃ§Ãµes, a provider and orchestrator of digital solutions for the corporate market, includes Wi-Fi 6E in its portfolio, an evolution of Wi-Fi 6 wireless connectivity operating in the 6GHz frequency.
Indicated for medium and large companies due to its ability to guarantee stability and speed in environments with many users, the technology supports around 1,200 devices connected to the network at the same time, offering greater efficiency in the use of frequencies in addition to reducing interference between channels with other nearby networks.
Like 5G, Wi-Fi 6E promotes a faster and more consistent connectivity experience, playing a key role in boosting industry 4.0, the internet of things market and virtual reality. The technology also works to improve indoor coverage in 5G networks, making the adoption of Wi-Fi 6E driven by the increase in 5G networks in Brazil.
According to Renato SimÃµes, Head of IT Products at Oi SoluÃ§Ãµes, one of the main differences between Wi-Fi 6E and Wi-Fi 6 is the use of the new, cleaner 6GHz Band. ð§ð·With more frequency bands available, Wi-Fi 6E can offer faster transfer rates and greater network capacity than Wi-Fi 6. In addition, the new technology can improve network efficiency by reducing interference between devices, increasing capacity and generating benefits such as improved performance, density and space coverageð§ð· The executive also explains that the Wi-Fi 6E equipment is tri band, that is, it works with 3 channels, while the Wi-Fi 6 equipment is dual band. ð§ð·Making an analogy, Wi-Fi 6 works like a two-lane road, where any vehicle can enter and cause congestion. In Wi-Fi 6E, the âroadâ expands its quantity to 3 lanes, opening up more connectivity and organizing all connected devices, in order to improve speed and reduce interferenceâ, he explains.
The impacts for the market
Wi-Fi 6E can help improve data traffic efficiency in wireless networks, with more stable connectivity (maintaining 2.4GHz, 5GHz connections and the new 6Ghz band) which implies increased productivity. Associated with a Big Data and Analytics platform owned by Oi SoluÃ§Ãµes, the client has access to real-time data, whether in relation to user management or even the device used. SimÃµes points out that this information helps in personalized engagement and in the preparation of analytical reports that help in decision-making, leveraging the business.
ð§ð·Wi-Fi 6E already moves several sectors. In industry and commerce, technology enables Internet access in areas of high user density such as stores, factories and warehouses. In the financial sector, it facilitates the development of real-time applications, which require high speed and low latencyâ, explains the executive.
ð§ð·As providers and orchestrators of digital solutions, we are constantly evolving to offer companies efficient and robust solutions. The inclusion of Wi-Fi 6E in our portfolio is yet another initiative in this regard, facilitating service optimization and business sustainabilityâ, emphasizes the VP of Oi and Head of Oi SoluÃ§Ãµes, Adriana Viali.
Wi-Fi 6E complements the robust portfolio of Oi SoluÃ§Ãµes, made up of complete and integrated solutions for Security, Cloud, UC&C (Unified Communications and Collaboration), IoT, Big Data & Analytics, Digital Applications and Managed Services, as well as data, internet and voice via fiber optics. With national operations, Oi’s B2B is present in the largest public and private companies in the country. There are more than 1,500 executives to exclusively serve the corporate segment, with a client portfolio comprising 40,000 companies from the most varied sectors.
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This content was originally published on Oi SoluÃ§Ãµes updates its portfolio and launches Wi-Fi 6E for companies on the CNN Brasil website.
Source: CNN Brasil
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