Did you know that over 50% of homes and small businesses are still using wireless routers that use the 802.11g standard? If you fall into this statistic, that means your using a standard that was created in 2003. You're missing out on new routers running 802.11ac that offer increased speed, range, and security. What does that mean for you?
In an environment that's using multiple computers, tablets, smartphones, and other connected devices, this means a loss of productivity. In the home, this means longer buffering times for HD video, lag in online gaming, and the smaller wireless coverage range.
Upgrade to a newer 802.11ac router and gain speed, range, and security at very manageable cost. Consider upgrading soon to make your wireless more usable at home and in your small business.