The first and most important feature of this new standard is that it is designed to work in crowded radio environments today. It supports multi-user technology and MU-MIMO, which means that a particular access point can handle traffic from eight users at the same time and at the same speed.
Wi-Fi 6 achieves this by efficiently coding data, resulting in higher productivity. This new standard increases the speeds of 2.4GHz networks. While the industry has switched to a 5GHz Wi-Fi network for less interference, the 2.4 GHz is still better at penetrating solid objects. There should be no interference on 2.4 GHz as the prevalence of older wireless phones declines.