Many businesses will use old equipment well past it’s supported end of life date. This isn’t a good idea for several reasons.
• Old Wi-Fi routers are vulnerable to security exploits and lack quality-of-life features found in modern routers.
• Security updates, processor power, radios using newer Wi-Fi technology and physical ports all factor into the performance of a router.
• Quality of Service (QoS) rules can be automated in new routers without manual configuration.
• Fast roaming is beneficial for older devices on the updated network and mesh routers provide increased coverage.
To learn more, keep reading at https://www.howtogeek.com/876421/why-you-need-a-new-router-even-if-you-have-a-slow-internet-connection/