Watch this space for all the details.
We’re excited to announce the short listed candidates for the Wi-Fi NOW 2020 Awards – see here the lists for all eight award categories.
If you’re in the US then 5 GHz gigabit Wi-Fi could be coming to a place near you very soon. The FCC just released 45 MHz more spectrum to Wi-Fi.
Wi-Fi sensing is one of the Wi-Fi industry’s most exciting new innovations. Now we’re teaming up with the world’s leading sensing company.
The drive towards more immersive Wi-Fi connectivity experiences is on.
We nearly missed it but here it is: The world’s first Wi-Fi 6E (6 GHz Wi-Fi) device, supplied by Intel. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will probably be the world’s second 6E device.
The Wi-Fi service disruption introduced by Apple’s iOS14 ‘Private Wi-Fi’ feature could soon be over with this solution from Israel- and California-based startup LEVL.
This week the regulatory process of the CEPT passed another milestone which means the EU will now nearly for sure release 500 MHz of new spectrum to Wi-Fi in April 2021.
Six GHz Wi-Fi is a paradigm shift in connectivity. Now regulators all over the world are stepping up to the challenge of making 6 GHz spectrum available to Wi-Fi. Here’s the rundown.
Here’s a roundup of important Wi-Fi news this week including news from our great new Wi-Fi NOW Partner World Cinema (ImpruviX).