Wi-Fi Alliance: Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh

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Wi-Fi EasyMesh | Wi-Fi Alliance
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh™ brings a standards-based approach to Wi-Fi networks that utilize multiple access points (APs), combining the benefits of easy to use, self-adapting Wi-Fi with greater flexibility in device choice that comes with interoperable Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ devices. Wi-Fi EasyMesh™ networks employ multiple access points that work together to form a unified network that provides smart, efficient Wi-Fi throughout the home and outdoor spaces.

Wi-Fi EasyMesh is very simple to install and use. Network setup and device onboarding involves minimal user intervention. Once established, the network self-monitors to ensure optimized performance. Leveraging mechanisms from Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Agile Multiband™, Wi-Fi EasyMesh can guide devices to the AP providing the best service for that device. Wi-Fi EasyMesh networks can also modify the network’s structure based on changing conditions to provide a consistent experience.

Wi-Fi EasyMesh brings these capabilities to home and office Wi-Fi networks:

Flexible design: Allows for best placement of multiple APs providing extended coverage
Easy setup: Delivers automatic device onboarding and configuration
Network intelligence: Self-organizing and self-optimizing network collects information and responds to network conditions to maximize performance
Effective load balancing: Guides devices to roam to the best connection and avoid interference
Scalability: Enables addition of Wi-Fi EasyMesh APs from multiple vendors


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Wi-Fi Alliance introduces Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh: full coverage, self-adapting Wi-Fi networks
 
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TP Link is upgrading most of it's recent routers to support Easymesh, this will be phenomenal.
Also Easymesh is compatible across vendors as it is an universal standard so a Netgear router with tplink ap like mesh combinations are possible.
 

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