If you think Wi-Fi usage is under pressure or declining, think again. The latest consumer mobile experience report from UK regulator Ofcom shows Wi-Fi is more popular than ever.
Serving more than 2,500 venues with 30,000+ APs, VAST Networks continues its aggressive Wi-Fi expansion in South Africa. The latest venue is the eleventh Starbucks in the country.
While the classic wooden trap is still a popular choice for homes, Wi-Fi-enabled traps are making their way onto factory floors as yet another form of automated maintenance.
In the course of just a couple of years the costs of terrestrial high-quality wireless networks including Wi-Fi have plummeted.
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AI is hot – and it’s important. But where do you go to learn? This book is useful for anyone who wants to learn about AI or is looking to solve problems in the field of wireless networking.
A US-based company is aiming to be the first Wi-Fi-powered ISP in space. It’s a lofty goal, given that space tourism hasn’t gotten off the ground yet.
Are you being distracted by the constant onslaught of 5G marketing? Don’t be. Instead keep a close eye on these three promising ‘non-5G’ technologies.
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Wall Street analysts Oppenheimer conclude that Starry’s FWA Internet is 20 times less costly that 5G. Starry uses clocked-up Wi-Fi at 37 GHz.