With the development of Wi-Fi 6, the network infrastructure smoothly masters multi-gigabit connections at 2.5 G and 5G speeds. Among the network controllers that support intermediate speeds, the undisputed leader is considered to be the AQuantia controllers, which, in a variation from Zyxel, we will compare with the good old Intel.

The business style of today's businesses is becoming increasingly dynamic. For operational activities, companies have to rely on a variety of digital services, and devices that are connected to a local network to perform daily tasks are becoming more and more numerous. Local networks are becoming larger, and the demand for convenient and reliable solutions is increasing – while budgets for IT infrastructure often remain the same.

To meet the demands of a dynamic business environment in today's rapidly changing digital world, many organizations are turning to SD-WAN for fast, scalable, and flexible connectivity between network environments. Connections between these environments must be managed to prioritize critical local networks and cloud applications. This is precisely what SD-WAN was designed to address; however, the wrong SD-WAN solution can inhibit adaptability and lead to security problems.

Migrating to Wi-Fi 6, do you hope that at least the cable structure will remain the same, running on the old twisted pair 2.5 GBase-T? Let's look at the example of the universal PoE switch Zyxel, how a multi-gigabit switch that supports speeds from 1 to 10 Gbit/s with a cheap cable works, what features it provides and how it is configured via the cloud.

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