Netgear should make a quadband router. That has 1 2.4ghz, 2 5ghz, and 1 60ghz bands. The router has 8x8 mu-mimo upload and download. It uses wireless ad/ax and other previous wireless standards. Wired specs are one ethernet port has a 10-gigabit connection with 2 ethernet ports that have a 5-gigabit connection and also with three other ethernet ports with a 1-gigabit connection. Securing it with wpa3 is the best bet when selling a router. The router will have a 16 stream equipment to transceiver high range and to make it hard for congestion to appear. In order to deliver this strength, it uses 4gbs of ram, and a 4 GHz processor. This also can enable Netgear mesh equipment to deliver 1-gigabit speeds over ethernet by being nearby, the results may vary. When this is possible it gets really hot so Netgear includes a smart fanning system. Bandwidth control is optimized for the 60 GHz band and without sacrificing wifi channel control. If you want this to happen reply , #go quad. This would be a big event if this happens because of the community Netgear makes this router. If you Netgear is successful with this router, please contact me.
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