In the past, the evolution of Wi-Fi was focused primarily on achieving successively higher peak (theoretical) speeds. However, in the real world, with lots of users with diverse needs, a network needs to be designed to deliver all users an excellent experience. The problem isn’t how fast Wi-Fi can go, but if the Wi-Fi network has enough capacity to handle the growing demand for many different connected devices and services.
802.11ax is designed to improve the way Wi-Fi networks work by adding substantially higher capacity, better coverage and reduced congestion for a better user experience. It’s Wi-Fi for the real world.