by The Beacon2014 was a monumental year for Wi-Fi – the wireless technology celebrated 15 years, carried more than 42 percent of the world’s mob
by Craig MathiasThe Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications were two of the hottest topics in wireless networking for 2014, and with good reason: the range of potential applications is vast, and the number of new products likely to be sold here equally so – certainly in the billions.
by Kelly Davis-FelnerThis article originally ran on Retail Online IntegrationThis holiday season will be especially challenging for both brick-and-mortar retailers and online marketplaces, especially as they compete with each other for the same consumer dollars.
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.