by FacebookWi-Fi Alliance® welcomes 2020 honorees into our Wi-Fi Alliance Hall of Fame.
by The BeaconApproximately 46 percent of the world’s population is not connected to the internet. Among those individuals without internet access, many are school-age children.
by The BeaconThe Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made a momentous decision this year: all 1200 MHz of spectrum in the 6 GHz band was made available for Wi-Fi® in the U.S.
by Chatwin LansdowneThe idea for external Wi-Fi® on International Space Station (ISS or Space Station) formed during the later days of the Space Shuttle program as the concept of “commercial off the shelf” technology was becoming more accepted in the human space program.
by The BeaconFor many of us today, it would be difficult to imagine a day without Wi-Fi®. Without Wi-Fi, how would people work? How would children study? How would friends and families communicate?
by The BeaconOver 1200 devices ranging from smartphones and computers, to routers and chipsets have earned the designation
by The BeaconIn April 2000, the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance – later to become Wi-Fi Alliance® – announced the first Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ products.
by Matt Pekarske, Phil Raymond, Bob SayleThe coronavirus pandemic– by its mere scale – has created new healthcare challenges around the world. As of this writing, COVID-19 cases have been reported in 185 countries. The total global confirmed case count has exceeded 3 million, and more than 200,000 individuals have lost their lives1.
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 The BeaconAmid the global coronavirus pandemic, much of our daily lives has gone almost entirely online. Not only has the way we work and study changed dramatically in a matter of weeks, but the way we socialize, exercise, shop, and consume entertainment has also been transformed.