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Wi-Fi Alliance® recognizes 2022 Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ leaders

March 16, 2023
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Each year, Wi-Fi Alliance® recognizes companies that have made an exceptional contribution to high-quality Wi-Fi® by certifying the most products. Top certifiers demonstrate their commitment to delivering high-quality, interoperable, and secure Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ devices to their customers. The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED brand indicates Wi-Fi excellence in the consumer, enterprise, and operator spaces by upholding strict industry-agreed standards. Certifying products shows a company’s dedication to ensuring the best Wi-Fi experience for their customers and across their networks.

Wi-Fi CERTIFIED products undergo rigorous testing to ensure they meet high standards. The list of 2022 Wi-Fi CERTIFIED leaders include:

  • LG Electronics
  • Panasonic Corporation
  • Sony Group Corporation
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Canon Inc.
  • Signify Netherlands B.V.
  • ZTE Corporation
  • Pioneer Corporation
  • Brother Industries, Ltd.
  • Huawei Device Co., Ltd.

Wi-Fi device shipments reached more than 3.8 billion in 2022, with nearly 18 billion devices in use today.[1] The world depends on Wi-Fi for robust internet access across a variety of scenarios, with strong year-over-year growth in devices and applications. There are three certification paths to meet the unique needs of Wi-Fi Alliance members — including QuickTrack, which allows Wi-Fi Alliance members to build products based on Qualified Solutions (modules, chipsets, and other solutions) that have undergone prerequisite testing. Learn more about the value of Wi-Fi CERTIFIED in this video and contact Wi-Fi Alliance if you’re interested in certification.  


[1] IDC Research, March 2023

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