In today's episode, we're joined by Shawn Fisher, IT Director at the Pennsylvania Convention Center to discuss the facility's upgrade to Wi-Fi 6E. As the 14th largest convention center in the U.S., the PCC hosts over 250 events annually, ranging from medical conferences and industry conventions to rock concerts.
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 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 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.
In today's episode, we're discussing the role of Wi-Fi 6 in the Industrial IoT (IIoT) landscape with our guest Marian Kost, VP and GM of Connectivity at Texas Instruments.
In today's episode, we're discussing ethical data collection over Wi-Fi networks with Nabil Bukhari, CTO of Extreme Networks. Nabil explains that anonymized data resides in multiple categories, which gives Wi-Fi operators insight into efficiency, behavior, and risk mitigation.
In today's episode, we talk about Wi-Fi's influence on the IoT ecosystem with Ross Sabolcik, SVP and GM for Commercial and Industrial IoT Products at Silicon Labs. Ross tells us more about the various ways Wi-Fi 6 optimizes the efficiency of devices. We also discuss how the ubiquity of Wi-Fi and the development of Matter will grow the IoT market.