NETGEAR to Accelerate Wi-Fi 6 Implementation in India with the launch of Nighthawk RAX50
New Delhi: December 28, 2020: With the broadest range of Wi-Fi 6 offerings in the industry, NETGEAR, the leading provider of Wi-Fi solutions continue the commitment to advance Wi-Fi performance with the launch of a new product in its line-up of Wi-Fi 6 Router. With the launch of NETGEAR Nighthawk RAX50, the performance line will now join the fastest-growing segment of Wi-Fi advanced solutions – Wi-Fi 6 systems.
The Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) empowers with faster Wi-Fi speeds with reliable connections, so one can enjoy buffer-free streaming, faster downloads, and can add more smart home devices without slowing down the Internet experience. It also offers better coverage and, more importantly, has the power and capacity to handle the dozens of devices in the typical congested smart home.
The newly launched Nighthawk RAX50 is a dual-band model, but it has 6 strings. It also has four LAN ports, so one can connect wired devices such as game consoles and smart TVs without purchasing an additional switching hub. Now, one can enjoy more comfortable home time with RAX50, including timeless web meetings and uninterrupted video streaming.
The latest device lets you experience smoother 4K streaming and high-performance online gaming and is designed to deliver a new level of Gigabit Wi-Fi connectivity so you can connect, stream and download faster to newer mobile devices. The powerful 1.5GHz Triple-Core processor with a fully offloaded CPU increases the overall performance of the network. Engineered to deliver up to 4 times the data capacity over previous standards, Wi-Fi 6 technology, 160MHz channel support and 1024 QAM vastly improve network efficiency. High-powered amplifiers increase the range for reliable whole-home coverage.
The Nighthawk RAX50 supports the Wi-Fi 6 technologies OFDMA that give you more Wi-Fi for more devices by allowing efficient data transmission at the same time. Also designed as a dual-band model, the router theoretically supports a transmission rate of up to 5.4 Gbit/s over 2.4 and 5 GHz. While 600 Mbit/s are possible over 2.4 GHz, up to 4.8 Gbit/s can be achieved over 5 GHz with 4 × 4. The Night