Why Google Dual-Band Mesh Router is state-of-the-art?
Google Wifi works differently than a traditional router. You set up multiple points throughout your home, creating a “mesh” network that delivers a consistently strong, secure signal.
If you have been worried about slow Internet speeds, intermittent connectivity, and connections being dropped, Google Dual-Band Mesh Router is the solution for you. Google's Patented Technology gives you a seamless Internet connection using a mesh of access points which enables you to connect Computers, Laptops, Smart Phones, Internet TV, Streaming Media Devices and much more with ease.
Enjoy a consistent connection to the web with this Google Wi-Fi setup. The single access point is ideal for use in smaller homes of less than 1,500 square feet, giving you the ability to connect your tablets, laptops or phones. This Google Wi-Fi system provides a reliable signal that can be shared by multiple devices at once.
Deep dive into Google's Patent on Wireless Mesh Technology
A wireless mesh network is a digital communications network comprising APs organized in a mesh topology, where each AP can communicate via radio communication links in a peer-to-peer manner with other such APs in the network. Each AP can receive a message from another (peer) AP and forward or relay the message to still another (peer) AP. The message reaches its ultimate destination via one or more such relays or “hops” as they are commonly referred to in the art. In a client-server computing system, the source and destination of a message is generally a client device or a server device. Wireless mesh networks provide numerous benefits over other types of wireless networks, including redundancy. For example, if a wireless mesh AP is removed from operation in the network, it may still be possible for messages that would have been routed via that AP to reach their destinations via alternative routes. A route through the wireless mesh network between an AP and the controller via one or more hops can be referred to as an uplink. Wireless mesh networks can employ radio technology and protocols that are similar to those employed in non-mesh wireless networks, such as those governed by IEEE 802.11. A set of standards known as IEEE 802.11s relates more specifically to wireless mesh networks and is an extension of the IEEE 802.11 set of standards.
1. Enhanced Security with WPA2-PSK. Automatic Security Updates.
2. 4GB eMMC Flash Memory with 512 MB RAM ( Helps in Video Streaming )
3. Quad-Core ARM CPU ( Each Core up to 710 Mhz )
4. Traffic Optimization Technology ( Mesh Access Points )
5. Ready for Smart Home Security and Next Generation Smart Home
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