The ubiquity of Wi-Fi® has made it the primary technology for internet access.
by Richard Squire
by The BeaconWi-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.
- 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.
by Alex RoytblatThis editorial appears in the July 2022 edition (Issue 6) of the Wi-Fi Alliance® Wi-Fi 6E Insights newsletter, a quarterly newsletter sharing updates on regulatory developments in the growing Wi-Fi 6E ecosystem. To subscribe to the newsletter, please
by Saju PalayurWhat are IoT and IIoT?The Internet of Things (IoT) devices read sensors and exchange data over the internet. Long battery life and seamless internet connectivity are necessary for these systems' reliable deployment and maintenance.
by The BeaconIn 2021, Wi-Fi Alliance® introduced QuickTrack as a new path for Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ testing.
by Anand KumarThe global push for connectivity has triggered innovation in Wi-Fi® that will extend beyond the pandemic. Hybrid world, a new term, has been coined which has altered the way we go about our daily chores. It has touched and influenced every aspect of our life interactions—office, education, health, retail, meeting, and entertainment—giving rise to newer ways of doing things.
by The BeaconWi-Fi® is a critical complement to cellular, with its own unique advantagesWi-Fi carries more than half of today’s mobile data traffic and will continue to complement cellular – LTE or 5G – networks to serve critical business operations. Wi-Fi and 5G are strong complements in many next generation connectivity scenarios.