The internet is already one of the indispensable tools for modern business, but the experience of "Connecting the internet" is sometimes still unsatisfactory. For example, when changing floors within the company, you must manually switch the network; what's more, you must reconnect to the network just from your seat into the conference room. These problems of connecting to the internet are all annoying in a work environment where every second counts.
In fact, some of these poor networking experiences can be attributed to the router's design. Generally, the routers we see mostly adopt the all-in-one architecture, and the commercial space that occupies a large area and requires network speed, usually installs a company logo design router on each floor or every 50-80 pings, and there is no one router. For a platform that can be centrally managed, the control process is quite complicated for the responsible it personnel, and even basic password settings or software updates have to be manually operated one by one.
In addition, it is quite inconvenient for users of this space to roam between numerous integrated wireless routers and frequently manually switch ssid (wireless network name) and account (ie, connect to a specific wi-fi); more not to mention connection stability and security, it may also become a major concern.