Wi-Fi® adoption at home and work continues to grow, with Research and Markets projecting that the global Wi-Fi market will expand from $24.2 billion in 2021 to $54.53 billion in 2027.
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by The BeaconMost US homes have on average at least a dozen connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices — a number that could eventually exceed a hundred, with 27 billion IoT devices expected to reach the market by 2025. To support the performance requirements of this many devices, it will be necessary to leverage Wi-Fi® network
by The BeaconAt the Wi-Fi Alliance® Lisbon member meeting (#LisbonWiFi22), members showcased Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Location™ technology using commercially-available infrastructure and devices. This was the first public demonstration of Wi-Fi Location™ technology by our members including Aruba, Google, and Samsung.
by The BeaconChoosing high-quality customer premises equipment (CPE) is part of the set of responsibilities of network operators, Wi-Fi® network architects, and Wi-Fi device vendors. However, key performance indicators (KPIs) vary according to the use case that the device is meant to perform under. These KPIs can be challenging to assess due to the complexity of deployment scenarios.
by Dean BubleyOne of the most contentious areas of current wireless spectrum policy relates to the 6 Gigahertz (GHz) band, which spans the 1200 Megahertz (MHz) range from 5.925 to 7.125 GHz. In some areas of the world, the band is considered in two sections: the lower part from 5.925 to 6.425 GHz and the upper part from 6.425 to 7.125 GHz.
by The BeaconWi-Fi Alliance® is committed to delivering a high-quality connectivity experience through thought leadership, spectrum advocacy, and innovative technologies.
by Richard SquireThe ubiquity of Wi-Fi® has made it the primary technology for internet access.
- Wi-Fi® is no longer just a simple, best effort, wireless link that connects a device to the network for web browsing. While each new generation of Wi-Fi brings exciting new features, use cases are more demanding in terms of throughput and latency, and customers are more concerned by range and robustness.
by The BeaconFrom virtual assistant technologies to smart home devices, Internet of Things (IoT) technology is everywhere. One of the fastest growing additions to the IoT universe is vehicles, with connectivity reshaping the automotive industry.
by The BeaconWi-Fi® and private cellular networks have different advantages and disadvantages, which makes a compelling case for their combined use.