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 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 this episode, we're joined by Jack Raynor, co-chair of the Open Converged Wireless Project Group with the Telecom Infra Project (TIP). We discuss how the TIP OpenWiFi community has created an open-source tech stack that aims to democratize premium Wi-Fi experiences for end users.
In today's episode, we're joined by Kelly Burroughs, Solutions Director for Enterprise at iBwave, and Tony Singh, Sales Engineer at iBwave. Kelly and Tony share how network design practices have evolved with each generation of Wi-Fi and discuss emerging use cases in the enterprise environment.
In today's episode, we're joined by Daniel Brusilovsky, VP of Technology for the San Francisco Golden State Warriors.
In this episode, we talk with Chuck Lukaszewski, Vice President and Wireless CTO of Aruba, about the current state of Wi-Fi 6E and how the adoption of different device classes affects migration strategies for enterprises, as well as what companies need to be thinking about and doing now to evaluate and prepare for Wi-Fi 6E.