Imagine you are driving on a motorway where no overtaking is allowed. You can develop a decent speed, but in the end you meet a lorry driver in your lane who is more interested in the last season of the Game of Thrones than your horn. This is probably how the WiFi network you are currently using works. That is why the new IEEE 802.11ax standard, also known as WiFi 6, places the emphasis on the data transmission capacity. How does it work in practice? Fasten your seat belts – we explain!