Google otimiza seus roteadores para conexões de internet mais lentas

Google optimizes its routers for slower internet connections

Google announced that its rotators Nest WiFi and Google WiFi I will receive an update for optimize the transmission in slower internet connections. As a result, gadgets should better deal with overburdened ISPs and avoid bottlenecks. According to Google on its blog, the update improves the "overall" performance with slow Internet connections.


Equipment reaches speed of up to 1.5 Gbps; price varies between R $ 833 and R $ 999

The measure aims to prevent the connection from falling and fluctuating during video calls, streamings or games, for example, especially if several people are connected on the same WiFi. The update should also help devices switch to more WiFi radio channels. fast.

"Our priority device feature is also getting smarter, so you can be sure that Wi-Fi traffic will be prioritized on the device you choose," explained Google regarding the change over WiFi radio channels.

In addition to optimization, the next update for these devices should also bring security and stability corrections. The update will be carried out in the background, that is, automatically by the devices themselves. This way, users of these routers will not be required to download any update packages.

According to more information in the update, the firmware is based on Chrome 81. In addition, Nest WiFi will begin to support the Local Home SDK, which will also allow for less latency and greater security.

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