802.11ac is a supercharged version of 802.11n. 802.11ac is faster delivering speeds ranging from 433 Mbps (megabits per second) up to several gigabits per second. It is now being displaced by 802.11ax.
The New Wireless LAN protocols that are replacing 802.11n which is the 802.11ac standard is starting to appear in the real world market place, which is designed to improve the WLAN capabilities to compete and replace wired LAN networks.
The latest standard 802.11ac is peeking around the corner, how close are we to start thinking AC? In a world where technology moves faster than ever before, is it progress for the sake of progress and has 802.11n’s tried, tested and proven tech still got the legs to carry it much further?