It’s a story for the history books: On April 20 1998 executives from Apple and Lucent met in Cupertino to discuss a revolutionary new technology called Wireless LAN. Here’s what happened.
How do you become successful as a Wi-Fi service provider? We get this question all the time. Fortunately, there are success stories we can point to – and Germany’s m3connect is one.
PLC-powered home Wi-Fi may be poised for a surge in popularity with Devolo this week announcing the release of its ‘Magic’ Wi-Fi system delivering data rates of up to 2.4 Gbps.
New Q2 2018 numbers from Fierce Wireless and Strategy Analytics indicate a fairly consistent 3:1 ratio of Wi-Fi to cellular data traffic for US mobile subscribers – with the exception of T-Mobile.
Germany’s second largest Wi-Fi vendor by market share is poised for growth as it lands in the ownership hands of one of Europe’s strongest high-tech giants.
As the Wi-Fi industry homes in on the 6 GHz spectrum opportunity, household-name tech giants unite to propose a database-lookup method for incumbent 6 GHz user protection.
A new era of multi-vendor compatible home Wi-Fi APs has been ushered in by ARRIS. And the benefits to consumers and businesses will be wide-ranging, the company says.
A Canadian startup is using Wi-Fi signals to detect movement around your house. It is a lot simpler and less conspicuous than other security and safety systems, says CEO Taj Manku.
Charter becomes the first US broadband service provider to launch an AX router. But there’s more to the story than just that.
The world of Wi-Fi expanded last week with Google, Xfinity Mobile, and in Germany, too. Get the roundup of the week’s most important Wi-Fi news here.