In this episode, Bo Dines Larsen, Regional VP of International Solutions Engineering at Calix, joins us to talk about the unique ways in which internet service providers can optimize their relationships with consumers. As ISPs learn how their customers utilize Wi-Fi, they can proactively tailor their services to best suit the consumers' needs.
Today, we're joined by Jonas Bjorklund, Vice President of the Aptilo Product Line at Enea, to discuss the role of Wi-Fi in cellular convergence. Jonas shares that the rollout of Wi-Fi 6E has produced a new level of optimism for service providers, and how the emerging technologies will optimize Wi-Fi offloading.
In today's episode, we're talking about the role of Wi-Fi in creating an engaging fan experience with David Coleman, Director of Wireless - Office of the CTO at Extreme Networks. David tells us about Wi-Fi utilization at concerts and sporting events, and shares how Wi-Fi 6 and upcoming Wi-Fi 7 will allow fans to enhance their experiences with AR, sports betting, and wearable devices.
In this episode, we welcome back Rolf de Vegt, Vice President of Technical Standards at Qualcomm, to learn all about Wi-Fi Location™ capabilities. Rolf explains how Wi-Fi Location works and how Wi-Fi delivers significant advantages compared to other locationing technologies.
In this episode, we're talking all about OpenWiFi and the Telecom Infra Project with two guests, Huw Reese, Head of Business Development for NetExperience, and Tony Stramandinoli, General Manager, America’s Branded Division at Edgecore Networks. In this episode, Huw and Tony discuss the disaggregated nature of OpenWiFi and its ability to deliver cost savings to customers.
In this episode, Staffan Liljestrand, Founder and Chief Science Officer at Bumbee Labs, joins us to talk about using Wi-Fi Location™ capabilities while upholding privacy standards. Staffan discusses the tremendous growth of the location-based services market and the many potential applications for this data, ranging from retail conversion to optimizing office space and sustainability.
In this episode, Shane Paola, VP of Sales for EMEA at Plume, shares some fascinating insights from the Plume IQ® 1H 2022 smart home market report. Shane discusses how the pandemic dramatically shifted home Wi-Fi usage and how the amount of IoT devices on consumers' networks has steadily increased - along with their expectations for a quality experience.
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.