It’s been years underway: The Wi-Fi standard that’s twice as fast as gigabit Ethernet and more than five times faster than current 802.11ac. It’s called WiGig. But what can we expect from this brand new kind of Wi-Fi and what could new use cases look like?
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The market intelligence firm Tractica forecasts that the revenue generated from the direct and indirect application of AI software will grow from $1.4 billion in 2016 to $59.8 billion by 2025.
Despite the advent of ‘unlimited’ mobile data plans, Wi-Fi’s share of phone data traffic in the US continues to rise. We’ve tracked this with a little help from Fierce, P3, and Spectrum Analytics.
Service Providers are betting on IoT for growth. However without control of the device footprint at the premises they will be relegated to just the broadband connection, and we know there’s no upside in that. Here’s Mark Cowtan’s analysis.
The reason for the Wi-Fi NOW Hall of Fame is that we have a debt of gratitude towards individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the Wi-Fi industry. We want to honor them, and we’ll be doing it not only at this event but also at future Wi-Fi NOW events. Our second member of the […]
The reason for the Wi-Fi NOW Hall of Fame is that we all have a debt of gratitude towards individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the Wi-Fi industry. We want to honor them. In the case of our first ever member of this Hall of Fame, his contributions can be explained quite simply by […]