The Wi-Fi Consortium has announced that Ax-WLAN-compatible devices will be marked by a Wi-Fi Certified 6 seal to make it easier for users to identify compatible Wi-Fi routers, smartphones and laptops. the new.

For manufacturers, the provision of WLANs for certification or accreditation is voluntary.

The new Wi-Fi 6 standard provides nearly four times the capacity of the Wi-Fi standard 5 (ac-WLAN) for greater data transfer rates and greater energy efficiency.

In addition, Wi-Fi 6 can dynamically divide the wireless channels used on connected devices, as well as flexibly adjust the bandwidth of each channel.

The new Wi-Fi 6 standard complies with previous standards, which means that users can use old laptops equipped with Wi-Fi 4 (n-WLAN) with "Wi-Fi 6" routers without any problems, However, the performance is slower than the standard Wi-Fi 4 standard.

The Wi-Fi consortium launched the new designations of Wi-Fi standards from Wi-Fi 4 to Wi-Fi 6 at the beginning of this year.