by Ken KerpezWorking from home has risen vastly over the past year, and this trend looks to be here to stay. While a user may ignore occasional blips in their “for fun” internet, working from home requires a new level of network performance.
by Michael MullerThis content was originally published on LANCOMWIRE: The LANCOM Systems Tech Blog.
by Chatwin LansdowneOne of NASA’s space suits now has two Wi-Fi clients and three Wi-Fi antennas.
by Carlos BaigorriThis exclusive interview appears in the first issue of our Wi-Fi 6E Insights newsletter, a quarterly newsletter sharing updates on regulatory developments in the growing Wi-Fi 6E ecosystem. To subscribe to the newsletter, please sign up here.
by Alex RoytblatThis editorial appears in the first issue of our Wi-Fi 6E Insights newsletter, a quarterly newsletter sharing updates on regulatory developments in the growing Wi-Fi 6E ecosystem. To subscribe to the newsletter, please sign up here.
by Kevin WalshYou have probably heard it before: “Anything worth having is worth waiting for.”
by The BeaconEach quarter, Wi-Fi Alliance® highlights companies driving technology innovation by introducing new Wi-Fi 6E products into the market
by Chatwin LansdowneWi-Fi® on the International Space Station (ISS) is becoming more dynamic with the delivery of the Nanoracks Bishop Airlock
by The BeaconThe introduction of the latest generation of Wi-Fi®—Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6™—marked the beginning of a new era for Wi-Fi, and the allocation of new spectrum in the 6 GHz band for unl
by Alex RoytblatIt is well known that the Wi-Fi® ecosystem delivers enormous benefits to consumers, businesses, and economies around the world. Wi-Fi connects millions of people and billions of devices to the Internet. But is it possible to quantify this benefit?