The initiative follows the company’s acquisition of technology specialist WiFiGear, and is being driven by the need for users to adopt Wi-Fi 6, which is an industry certification programme.

The motivation for the initiative is due to existing Wi-Fi infrastructure becoming outdated and insecure, which leads to a lower operational performance.

Richard Gilliard, CEO of Renovotec said: “With established supply chain hardware manufacturers now launching Wi-Fi 6-ready computers the time is right to champion its adoption across the industry.

“State-of-the-art Wi-Fi is highly sophisticated and runs in an environment where advanced network monitoring can detect problems before they even arise. But Wi-Fi 6 does not need to be costly to adopt or complex to deploy, and can benefit organisations of all sizes.”