The Beacon Blog
by The BeaconWi-Fi® adoption at home and work continues to grow, with Research and Markets projecting that the global Wi-Fi market will expand from $24.2 billion in 2021 to $54.53 billion in 2027.
by The BeaconWi-Fi Alliance recently shared four Wi-Fi trends for 2022. Wi-Fi Alliance members also shared their predictions.
by Dr. Raul KatzThe COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a fundamental challenge on a global scale. Our socioeconomic systems have been strained as a result, forcing entire societies to reexamine social practices and production systems that have often been in place for decades, if not centuries. These changes have caused a global economic recession worse than the 2008-2009 financial crisis.
by The BeaconContinual evolution, greater transparency, and WPA3™ support for Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ devices ensures Wi-Fi delivers state-of-the-art security protections.
by Richard NedwichWi-Fi Alliance® recently spoke with Rich Nedwich, Worldwide Director of Education for CommScope, about CommScope’s project in progress with New Zealand’s Ministry of Education, and how Wi‑Fi® can help educational institutions now and in the future.
by The BeaconThis post is part of a series highlighting key technologies in Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Vantage™ – a Wi-Fi Alliance® solution making it easy for devices to provide an elevated experience in managed Wi-Fi® networks.
by CiscoWi-Fi Alliance® welcomes 2020 honorees into our Wi-Fi Alliance Hall of Fame.
by The BeaconWi-Fi CERTIFIED Passpoint® is an industry-wide certification program that streamlines secure network access to hotspots, eliminating the need for users to manually find and authenticate to a network each time they connect.
by Stuart StricklandThis content was originally published on the Aruba Networks blog.Aruba Air Pass brings seamless cellular roaming to private enterprise networks with pre-negotiated operator agreements and a globally-accessible, secure authentication hub.
by Dave ChenImagine a world where literally anything can be connected to Wi-Fi® – from today’s phones, laptops and watches, to tomorrow’s entryway locks, office desks, and even trash cans.