In this episode, we discuss Wi-Fi 6E's influence on healthcare with Ali Youssef, Director of Medical Device and IoT Security at Henry Ford Health. From glucometers to vital patient monitors, more medical devices are connected to Wi-Fi® now than in previous years, and mitigating security risks is crucial to maintaining device functionality.
In this episode, we're talking about Matter with Chris LaPre, Head of Technology at Connectivity Standards Alliance. Chris discusses how Matter and Wi-Fi enable interoperability between smart devices like doorbells, lightbulbs, and thermostats, and how Matter simplifies the consumer's purchasing decision.
Today, we are joined by Lionel Gremeau, Marketing Director at SoftAtHome, to understand the role of Wi-Fi gateways in the smart home. In this episode, Lionel discusses COVID’s impact on Wi-Fi usage, and the pandemic’s influence on the trends we are seeing now.
The University of Michigan is the first university in the U.S to deploy Wi-Fi 6E, deploying the world’s largest Wi-Fi 6E network with more than 16,000 access points across 225 buildings and outdoor areas.
Wi-Fi NOW hosts global events in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.
In this episode, we talk with Claus Hetting, CEO and Chairman of Wi-Fi NOW, about key learnings from its Wi-Fi NOW event in Cancun and some news highlights that came out of the conference.
In this episode, we talk with James Chen, Associate Vice President of Product Marketing at MediaTek, about the explosive growth of Wi-Fi during the pandemic, the role of Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi 6 in IoT, and present and future opportunities Wi-Fi enables for the smart home.
In this episode, we talk to Rad Sethuraman, VP of Product Management at Cambium Networks, about the business of Wi-Fi deployments in multi-dwelling units such as assisted living facilities, apartment buildings, and campus dorms.
In this episode, we talk to Harry Dewhirst, CEO of Linksys, about the various ways Wi-Fi is driving the future of secure, remote work. Approximately 35 million people in North America will be working from home by 2025.
In this episode, we talk about the benefits of multi-user MIMO for Wi-Fi 6 with Rolf de Vegt, VP of Technical Standards at Qualcomm. Multi-user MIMO allows access points with many antennae to serve multiple users at the same time, and traffic can be sent to up to eight clients simultaneously in the same spectrum to deliver customers much more throughput.
In this episode, we talk to John Brams, VP of Major Accounts at Extreme Networks, about the benefits of Wi-Fi in dense public areas.