Internet access via mobile broadband is exceedingly expensive for many Africans. Now an ambitious Namibian entrepreneur is taking matters into his own hands.
The big Wi-Fi message from CES was simply this: Wi-Fi 6 has arrived. Now go buy the new routers and mesh systems – and prepare to enjoy.
That is the big question that a handful of hopeful HaLow startups are asking themselves. And there are reasons to be optimistic about the coming of age of the new Wi-Fi IoT standard.
In a pre-CES announcement this week ARRIS probably set the gold standard for performance in residential Wi-Fi platforms. The new kit is all about Wi-Fi 6, of course.
Google’s free Wi-Fi program is partnering with Philippine service provider Smart to extend the reach of Google’s free, ad-based public Wi-Fi services in Asia.
The free Wi-Fi service is part of a project aimed at making historic Queen Street West in Canada’s largest city more attractive to businesses, tourist, and Torontonians.
Innovation, opportunity, & growth are keywords for Wi-Fi in 2019 – and there will be plenty of all of that. Here are our big themes for 2019.
Two new white papers by Cisco and the Wi-Fi Alliance respectively highlight the vast technical and use-case benefits of the new Wi-Fi 6 standard. Both are very much worth reading.
Project Isizwe wants to deliver free or very low-cost Wi-Fi within walking distance of all South Africans. And they are up to the challenge.
The year 2019 marks the 20-year anniversary of world’s most popular wireless technology. And there is still no wireless technology quite like it.