Wireless Transfer Rate
802.11ac is the fifth generation in Wi-Fi networking standards that will bring fast data speeds up to 3.5Gbps, high-quality video streaming and nearly instantaneous data syncing and backup to the notebooks, tablets, and mobile phones that have become our everyday companions.
A Wireless AC Router is faster and superior to existing 802.11a/b/g/n routers based on its reliability it delivers faster throughput, higher capacity, broader coverage and will become the dominant technology in the coming years.
Benefits of Wireless 802.11ac
A Broadband Wireless AC Router can be used by customers who have cable broadband supplied by Virgin Media (previously NTL or Telewest). The wireless AC router will need to be connected to your ISP ( Internet Service Provider) supplied cable modem or set-top-box via an ethernet cable.
|A Broadband Wireless AC Router can also be used with Fibre Broadband via an Openreach/Fibre Modem. With it's fast WAN throughput and advanced 802.11ac Wireless speeds it's perfect for Fibre Broadband such as BT Infinity. If Fibre Broadband is unavailable in your area and you have an ADSL connection, then you will need an ADSL Wireless AC Router instead.|