by The BeaconIn 2021, Wi-Fi Alliance® introduced QuickTrack as a new path for Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ testing.
by Anand KumarThe global push for connectivity has triggered innovation in Wi-Fi® that will extend beyond the pandemic. Hybrid world, a new term, has been coined which has altered the way we go about our daily chores. It has touched and influenced every aspect of our life interactions—office, education, health, retail, meeting, and entertainment—giving rise to newer ways of doing things.
by The BeaconWi-Fi® is a critical complement to cellular, with its own unique advantagesWi-Fi carries more than half of today’s mobile data traffic and will continue to complement cellular – LTE or 5G – networks to serve critical business operations. Wi-Fi and 5G are strong complements in many next generation connectivity scenarios.
by Parul SinglaWi-Fi® is ubiquitousThe vision of Wi-Fi Alliance® is to connect everyone and everything, everywhere.
by Alex RoytblatThis editorial appears in the April 2022 edition (Issue 5) of the Wi-Fi Alliance® 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
by Rolf de VegtWi-Fi Location™ can enable application developers and other solutions implementers to provide a variety of services for device to device use cases, as well as infrastructure mode use cases involving one or more access points (APs).
by The BeaconWi-Fi Alliance® honors ‘Top Certifiers’, recognizing members who have the most Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ products each year
by Kevin RobinsonThis article originally ran in Information Age.
by Rolf de VegtOne of Wi-Fi’s greatest strengths has been its continuous evolution to meet the needs of every new generation of devices and applications.
by The BeaconWi-Fi® shipments will continue to see strong momentum in 2022, with more than 4.4 billion Wi-Fi devices expected to ship this year alone. There have been more than 39 billion device shipments over Wi-Fi’s lifetime, and more than 18 billion devices are currently in use to meet today’s increased connectivity demands.1