The reason for the Wi-Fi NOW Hall of Fame is that we have a debt of gratitude towards individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the Wi-Fi industry. We want to honor them, and we’ll be doing it not only at this event but also at future Wi-Fi NOW events. Our second member of the […]
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The reason for the Wi-Fi NOW Hall of Fame is that we all have a debt of gratitude towards individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the Wi-Fi industry. We want to honor them. In the case of our first ever member of this Hall of Fame, his contributions can be explained quite simply by […]
Last week US cable giant Comcast launched its long-awaited mobile service – dubbing it Xfinity Mobile. And as expected, the service will rely mostly on Wi-Fi. It’s also a well-strategised move that could bite a sizeable chunk out the US mobile services market.
We’ve heard it before: Tech media predicting the end of Wi-Fi. This time the culprit is Bloomberg Technology and a host of syndicated publications. But actually, nothing could be further from the truth.
I recently stumbled across a surprising move in the Wi-Fi ecosystem – the acquisition of Open Mesh, one of the Wi-Fi Access Point companies in the OpenWRT space. So what’s the play, and is this the beginning of a new trend?
Cognitive computing: It’s all about computers making decisions with human-like intelligence based on mountains of data. But how could this benefit the Wi-Fi industry and not least billions of Wi-Fi users out there?