In today's episode, we're joined by Bart Giordano of CommScope and RUCKUS Networks to discuss how Wi-Fi 7 and 6 GHz spectrum enables rich user experiences in enterprise.
In today's episode, we're joined by Victoria Lamberth, Chief Development Officer at Boldyn Networks to discuss how New York City created an internet lifeline. Victoria tells us how old payphone booths have transformed into Wi-Fi hotspots, serving over 15 million subscribers at no cost to them.
In today's episode, we're discussing the impact of Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E on the enterprise WLAN market with Brandon Butler, Research Manager at IDC. Brandon tells us that Wi-Fi remains a critical technology to deliver connectivity in the enterprise, which has experienced high growth rates in 2023.
In today's episode, we're joined by Kevin Daly, VP of Business Development at Morse Micro, and David Halasz, Director of Standards at Morse Micro, to discuss Wi-Fi CERTIFIED HaLow™. We talk about how Wi-Fi HaLow™ empowers low power, low bandwidth IoT connections at the sub-1 GHz spectrum, and how it allows more efficient signal penetration.
In today's episode, we're joined by Elizabeth Parks, President and CMO of Parks Associates, a leading technology market research firm. Elizabeth shares that internet households across the US have an average of 16 connected devices, and we discuss how Wi-Fi 6 is supporting these devices and bandwidth-intensive smart home applications.
In this episode, we're joined by Daran Hermans, Director of Product Management at Cambium Networks, to discuss their recent deployment of Wi-Fi 6E in the hospitality space. Daran shares his insight into this large-scale deployment near London Heathrow, including the challenges that were faced and how the upgrade has improved guest experiences.
In today's episode, we welcome back Irvind Ghai, Vice President at Silicon Labs. Irvind gives us an overview of Matter's impact on IoT and smart home devices, and how Wi-Fi Alliance and Connectivity Standards Alliance are driving IoT technologies forward.
In today's episode, we're discussing Wi-Fi Location™ with two special guests, Jonathan Segev, Senior Wireless Standards Engineer at Intel, and Roy Want, Senior Research Scientist at Google.
In today's episode, we're joined by Greg Ennis, author of “Beyond Everywhere: How Wi-Fi Became the World’s Most Beloved Technology." A leader in the Wi-Fi industry, Greg was the former VP of Technology of Wi-Fi Alliance and wrote the 1993 proposal that was ultimately adopted as the foundational technology for Wi-Fi.
In this episode, we discuss how professional sports teams can gain a competitive advantage by improving their connectivity. Mike Zeto, Chief Commercial Officer at Boingo, joins us to talk about a recent deployment of Wi-Fi 6 at the Washington Commanders' all-weather training facility.