by Kelly Davis-FelnerLately not a week goes by without a major announcement about the explosion of Wi-Fi® availability.
by The BeaconWi-Fi Alliance® is honored to be chosen as a 2014 Popular Science Best of What’s New Award winner for WiGig® technology! WiGig represents a significant step forward for 60 GHz technology, and is bringing multi-gigabit, low latency, security-protected connectivity to users around the world.
by The BeaconWi-Fi Alliance® will be announcing some exciting news on Wednesday, October 8 at a press event as part of the Wi-Fi Global Congress in San Francisco, California.
by The BeaconFifteen years ago, a group of visionary companies came together with one simple goal: to make wireless networking technology simple and accessible – regardless of brand.
by Chris DowneyThe widespread adoption of Wi-Fi® in hospitals in recent years has transformed healthcare – for the greater good. As a result of Wi-Fi, entirely new waves of medical devices are being created to take advantage of the mobile connectivity that Wi-Fi provides in healthcare facilities – wireless EKGs, infusion pumps, and blood pressure cuffs to name a few.
by Kevin FitchardKevin Fitchard, Gigaom tech reporter, gave a keynote address at the Wi-Fi Alliance® member meeting in Chicago in June. The following content is Part 2 of an abridged version of that speech. Part 1 can be read here.
by Kevin FitchardKevin Fitchard, Gigaom tech reporter, gave a keynote address at the Wi-Fi Alliance® member meeting in Chicago in June. The following content is an abridged version of that speech, delivered in a two-part series.
by Rolf de VegtAt the launch of the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac program, we looked at the mobile revolution, its role in changing Wi-Fi® adoption, and the future.
by Greg EnnisRecently we’ve seen growing enthusiasm and industry movement around the Internet of Everything (IoE) and the Internet of Things (or IoT), with several industry announcements and a fair amount of speculation about technology choices and fragmentation in this market.
by Vijay NagarajanOne thing worth celebrating this month—in the high-tech industry, that is—is the one-year anniversary of Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac, the latest generation of Wi-Fi®, based on the 802.11ac standard.