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
by Vijay NagarajanThe is an excerpt from a blog that originally ran on Broadcom.com. Please visit the link to read the full article.
by Kevin TangThe automotive industry is entering a fascinating era in which technological advancements and electronics transform the ecosystem and value chain.
by The BeaconWi-Fi Alliance recently shared four Wi-Fi trends for 2022. Wi-Fi Alliance members also shared their predictions.
by Chuck LukaszewskiSeven considerations for putting Wi-Fi 6E and the 6 GHz spectrum to work
by Alex RoytblatThis editorial appears in the final 2021 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
by The BeaconEach quarter, Wi-Fi Alliance® highlights companies driving technology innovation by introducing and deploying new Wi-Fi 6E products
by Juliet BonnardOver the last year, dependency on home broadband was significantly heightened due to the “enterprization” of the home, telemedicine, distance learning, entertainment, and the need to stay connected with friends and family. Connectivity has become almost as essential as electricity and water.