by Kevin WalshYou have probably heard it before: “Anything worth having is worth waiting for.”
by The BeaconEach quarter, Wi-Fi Alliance® highlights companies driving technology innovation by introducing new Wi-Fi 6E products into the market
by Chatwin LansdowneWi-Fi® on the International Space Station (ISS) is becoming more dynamic with the delivery of the Nanoracks Bishop Airlock
by The BeaconThe introduction of the latest generation of Wi-Fi®—Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6™—marked the beginning of a new era for Wi-Fi, and the allocation of new spectrum in
by Alex RoytblatIt is well known that the Wi-Fi® ecosystem delivers enormous benefits to consumers, businesses, and economies around the world. Wi-Fi connects millions of people and billions of devices to the Internet. But is it possible to quantify this benefit?
by Thomas Derham & Nehru BhandaruAs mentioned in the previous post in this series, the Wi-Fi Alliance® update to Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WPA3™ includes features that provide Wi-Fi® devices with additional safeguards against a
by Rolf de VegtWi-Fi 6 is the latest generation of Wi-Fi®, providing key benefits such as higher data rates, greater network capacity, better power efficiency, and quality performance in remote or congested environments.
by Thomas Derham & Nehru BhandaruThis is the first installment of a two-part series exploring recent WPA3™ enhancements.
by Mark HungThis content was originally published as the foreword to the most recent edition of the CWNA Certified Wireless Network Administrator Study Guide written by Wi-Fi Alliance member David Coleman, Extre
by The BeaconThe year 2020 highlighted the importance of Wi-Fi® in our lives, as users around the world came to rely on Wi-Fi more than ever for teleworking, virtual learning, and staying connected with friends and family during a global pandemic. In 2020, Wi-Fi shipments reached nearly four billion, with cumulative shipments reaching more than 33 billion.