February 20, 2014 by Kelly Davis-Felner, Wi-Fi AllianceRead more 5 comments
It’s clear the Internet of Everything is happening, and Wi-Fi is a fundamental enabler. Consumers are coming to understand that the Wi-Fi technology they already know and love is making their lives even better by connecting them to thousands of Internet of Everything products.
January 24, 2014 by Salah Nassar, Ruckus WirelessRead more 0 comments
Enterprise employees are more mobile than ever, and the role of Wi-Fi will grow in the corporate network -- in some ways you may not expect.
January 15, 2014 by Natalie Sheerer, Laird TechnologiesRead more 0 comments
November 12, 2013 by Kelly Davis-Felner, Wi-Fi AllianceRead more 2 comments
Two weeks ago, the FAA gave airlines permission to allow the use of Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) during an entire flight.
October 28, 2013 by Natalie Sheerer, Laird TechnologiesRead more 0 comments
October 02, 2013 by Clint W. Brown, BroadcomRead more 8 comments
In 2007, Apple’s first iPhone hit the shelf. That same year, the fourth generation of Wi-Fi® technology—802.11n—was introduced as a wireless technology to meet the demand for medium-resolution video such as those found on the then two-year old startup YouTube.
September 17, 2013 by Christian Gunning, Boingo WirelessRead more 0 comments
Last week, Boingo launched a new Next Generation Hotspot network at Chicago O’Hare International Airport that is the latest step toward a future of public Wi-Fi as easy to use as your cellphone.
September 04, 2013 by Matthew Gast, Aerohive NetworksRead more 0 comments
August 21, 2013 by Matthew Gast, Aerohive NetworksRead more 2 comments
August 08, 2013 by Robert Fenstermacher, Aruba NetworksRead more 0 comments
It’s said that after seven years in a relationship, malaise and discontent can seep in, causing the eye to wander to newer, more exotic objects of desire – it’s called the seven-year itch. As goes love, so goes Wi-Fi. We face this same predicament after seven long and fulfilling years with the 802.11n standard.