A new study has prompted European regulators to begin drafting 6 GHz regulation. Broadcom & Qualcomm are pressuring the FCC to do the same.
The Wi-Fi chipmaker’s new ‘Doppler Wi-Fi Imaging’ tech appears to be taking high-resolution Wi-Fi imaging to an unprecedented level of utility.
Companies are finally coming out of their summer holiday slumber and beginning to make some moves across the world of Wi-Fi. Here’s what we picked up on this week.
The third wave in the evolution of the wireless home is here and will result in billions of new smart home Wi-Fi devices, says Strategy Analytics’ latest device research report.
From astonishing cultural heritage to cozy restaurants, piazzas have been the centre of Italian public life for centuries. Now they’re about to receive a high-tech upgrade.
Cisco will roll out 500 new free Wi-Fi hotspots in Bengaluru in partnership with Google. Google Station is right now probably the world’s most concerted attempt at closing the digital divide.
Yes, it’s very, very early days but now at least Wi-Fi 6’s successor has an official name: 802.11be. That name will of course likely evolve into Wi-Fi 7. Here’s what it is about.
We never really needed airliners travelling at Mach 3 and we don’t really need 500 Mbps to the phone, either. What we need is more Wi-Fi. And we predict that’s exactly what will happen.
A who’s who of tech giants are pitching the FCC for a new class of 6 GHz Wi-Fi devices. This could mean huge amounts of new high-performance connectivity being made available in the US.
CableLabs says Dual Channel Wi-Fi will relieve congestion – and they’ve open-sourced the technology. Meanwhile, two Chinese OEMs have released concurrent dual-band Wi-Fi phones.