The EC wants to source a Wi-Fi authentication platform for the EC’s soon to be sprawling WiFi4EU pan-European free Wi-Fi network.
What to choose for Wi-Fi 6: 8×8 MU-MIMO or something else? This report says 8×8 MU-MIMO is key to high-end performance across the home.
ARRIS, Nokia, and Viasat all made the Wi-Fi news headlines last week. Here’s the gist of what happened for your reading enjoyment.
Thousands of locations across Seoul will be provided with free Wi-Fi for tourists and underprivileged Koreans, the government says.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has standardised 130 Wi-Fi KPIs to ease and streamline remote Wi-Fi management for the home. And it’s a big deal, says ASSIA.
News from a busy financial week in Wi-Fi: Looks like the markets are consolidating – and that is good news for everyone, we believe.
Starry continues its aggressive expansion of ‘5G-style’ Wi-Fi-based fixed broadband across the US – now armed with licensed 24 GHz bands.
How might new 6 GHz spectrum drive new opportunities in Wi-Fi home networking? It’s a new paradigm in the making, says ARRIS.
Starting July 8th data uniquely identifying and locating individual phones will be collected via Wi-Fi at more than 260 London Tube stations.
So will Europe get 6 GHz Wi-Fi any time soon? We’ve asked the expert so that you can find out more here. Short answer: It’s looking good.