(PR) CommScope Launches ARRIS SURFboard Wi-Fi 6E Network Upgrade Devices

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As devices and gaming consoles are increasingly connected to home networks, consumers desire to improve the quality and performance of their Wi-Fi network and they can do that by upgrading their network to Wi-Fi 6E. A global leader in home networking solutions, CommScope is entering the retail Wi-Fi 6E market by offering two new ARRIS SURFboard solutions. These enable customers to upgrade their network quickly and easily without replacing any of their existing equipment.

"Augmented reality, virtual reality, and gaming consoles are establishing baselines of latency and jitter performance that are driving consumers to upgrade their home networks and improve their overall connectivity performance," stated Evan Groat, Senior Vice President, Smart Home Solutions and Retail Products, CommScope. "One way to accomplish this is by upgrading to Wi-Fi 6E technology which is exactly what these two new ARRIS SURFboard solutions achieve. Each allows consumers to connect more devices to their home network simultaneously with consistent speed and reliability, while also improving their gaming and streaming performance," Groat continued.


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