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.
A group of New York-based entrepreneurs have created a rubber-clad, miniaturised LoRa and Wi-Fi radio. It creates instant mesh networks for communications relief in disaster-stricken areas.
Facebook wants more connectivity to be made available fast. Hence Facebook has launched an industry program aimed at speeding up collaboration on Wi-Fi standards.
South Africa’s Vast Networks has been trialling a Wi-Fi offload service for MNO Vodacom for some months and the results are now irrefutable.
As the world’s best golfers get ready for the US Open a major Wi-Fi 6 test is being conducted at the Pebble Beach Golf Links in Monterey, California.
We’ve been out for a while so to catch up in the world of Wi-Fi here’s a quick roundup of the most important Wi-Fi news of the last couple of weeks.
Greece is planning to install 3,000 public Wi-Fi hotspots all over the country starting next year.
The new rules could boost availability of affordable Internet access across the Islands and even lead to privately owned Internet cafes, sources say.
How will the new Wi-Fi 6 standard fare during the next few years? According to Phil Solis of IDC, Wi-Fi 6 will replace legacy systems at a record pace.
Get ready because the Australia-based startup says mass market proliferation of Wi-Fi HaLow IoT technology is inevitable.