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.
America’s perhaps biggest mall is using Wi-Fi analytics data from GoZone WiFi to glean insights into their customers.
As the regulatory process for 6 GHz Wi-Fi nears completion, tech giants and telcos fervently argue their cases to the FCC. Here’s an update.
The organisation is on a mission to make sure US solders deployed overseas have access to personal Wi-Fi. It matters, says the founder.
We’ve been away for a little while but in the meantime, the world of Wi-Fi keeps evolving. Here are the week’s most important Wi-Fi stories.
Coming next year to a router near you: High-performance, low-latency, 160 MHz channel Wi-Fi. The path to new 5.9 GHz Wi-Fi spectrum has now been cleared.
Lack of a scalable onboarding solution for IoT devices is a roadblock to Wi-Fi IoT mass market adoption. Aptilo says the answer is Passpoint.
Here are last week’s headline stories from around the world of Wi-Fi – as expected lots of Wi-Fi activity among cable and fibre ISPs.
Wi-Fi is business critical for hotels. Now an industry organisation wants to develop a standard for measuring hotel Wi-Fi ‘quality of experience’.
Standsted Airport has had enough of complaints from parents and taps Friendly WiFi to help block pornography from their public Wi-Fi service.