This post originally ran in February 2013 on the Aerohive blog where Matthew Gast has his own author blog.
by Matthew Gast
by Robert FenstermacherIt’s said that after seven years in a relationship, malaise and discontent can seep in, causing the eye to wander to newer, more exotic objects of desire – it’s called the seven-year itch. As goes love, so goes Wi-Fi. We face this same predicament after seven long and fulfilling years with the 802.11n standard.
by Kelly Davis-FelnerThe Wi-Fi Alliance® Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac program launched last month and over the past several weeks, we’ve been posting member contributed articles on The Beacon that dive a bit deeper into the core of the technology– including topics like the evolving techno
by Bill RubinoThis is an excerpt from a post on the Cisco Mobility blog site: http://blogs.cisco.com/wireless
by Matthew GastThis post originally ran on the Aerohive blog where Matthew Gast has his own author blog.
by Rolf de VegtThe way we interact with technology is changing. The mobile market is experiencing incredible growth as it begins to overtake other segments, and mobile data usage is skyrocketing to levels that could exceed the capability of wireless operators—fortunately something Wi-Fi® can help ease.
by Edgar FigueroaWi-Fi® is continually evolving, and Wi-Fi Alliance® is fortunate to be at the center of this dynamic, exciting industry. Our more than 550 member companies across the globe represent a diverse industry mix, ranging from carriers to device manufacturers and everything in between.