International momentum for 6 GHz Wi-Fi picks up steam as UK regulator Ofcom once again demonstrates vision and leadership in wireless.
As CES comes to a close we round up a few important Wi-Fi related news items featuring Plume, Lenovo, Samsung, Netgear, and more.
This makes Celeno only the second chipset vendor to announce availability of Wi-Fi 6E capable products. Sources say the FCC’s decision on 6 GHz Wi-Fi is imminent.
Wi-Fi 6 is going mainstream as evidenced by plenty of new Wi-Fi 6 mesh and router APs launched at CES in Las Vegas. A couple of innovations are targeting specialised segments.
The Wi-Fi industry including chipset leader Broadcom is wasting no time getting on with the 6 GHz opportunity – even before the FCC has made its final decision.
The ‘E’ indicates and ‘extension’ of Wi-Fi 6 into the 6 GHz band. The final FCC ruling could come as soon as this month, sources say.
With 6 GHz to be released to Wi-Fi perhaps already within 2020 Q1, this industry is poised to deliver a paradigm shift. It happens only once in a generation – if you’re lucky.
Wi-Fi is so important in the personal and professional lives of Liberty Global subscribers that it is best compared to oxygen, said Gavin Sheldon at Wi-Fi NOW London.
The Costa Rican free Wi-Fi project is one of the world’s largest with an aim to cutting the digital divide by 18%. The project won a Wi-Fi NOW Award this year.
Asia is perhaps the most exciting and dynamic Wi-Fi market in the world. We are delighted to announce we are going back to Bangkok, Thailand this October.