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I strongly believe that brainwaves can be used to augment human experience of the Wi-Fi network and eventually, internet. And, another area where AI will help is seamless identity based login and user's control on the policy. AI will help us to create a Wi-Fi network that follows the user, follow...
Date: 11/13/2017
Author: Ajay Malik @ Google
Tags: AI, Wi-Fi
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I've recently focused on the critical enablers of wireless evolution, as we go towards 5G, IoT, gigabit WiFi and other technologies, especially in the enterprise. As well as spectrum - which I've covered extensively in recent months - deploying in-building coverage is going to be another issue. T...
Date: 10/31/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
Tags: 5G, IoT, Wi-Fi
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Right now, the future of Wi-Fi is being hashed out: The 6 GHz band is the opportunity that could (finally!) connect another billion users to the Internet and spark (at least) a decade of accelerated socio-economic progress. This summer, the FCC began the process of making 6 GHz available for unli...
Date: 10/27/2017
Author: Claus Hetting @ Wi-Fi NOW
Tags: Wi-Fi
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Apple iBeacon did not exist when I wrote RTLS for Dummies. And, almost four years after Apple announced iBeacon, it has failed to live up to the kind of sky-high expectations Apple's involvement evokes. People often ask me why iBeacon, despite the seductive promise of Augmented Reality/Virtual Re...
Date: 10/18/2017
Author: Ajay Malik @ Google
Tags: Wi-Fi, iBeacon
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The world of Wi-Fi took another giant leap forward this week with Broadcom announcing availability of 802.11ax chipsets. Qualcomm & Quantenna already released their versions of 802.11ax earlier this year. The thing to understand about 802.11ax is this: It's not just 'another standard'. It's a co...
Date: 08/31/2017
Author: Claus Hetting @ Wi-Fi NOW
Tags: Wi-Fi
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The key enabler has been the software used to combine multiple connections – either to bond them together, send traffic via differential connections based on type or speed, add security and cloud-management functions, or offer arbitrage capabilities of varying sorts. It has also disrupted network...
Date: 08/22/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
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Apple's iOS11 - due for release this fall - will support an API for 'TCP Multipath'. So what does that have to do with Wi-Fi, you say? Well, a lot, actually. It means that app developers, carriers, anyone with services running on iOS11 will finally be able to combine Wi-Fi and cellular into a sin...
Date: 08/18/2017
Author: Claus Hetting @ Wi-Fi NOW
Tags: Wi-Fi
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Actually the answer yes, we are limited by these resources. But there are actually some affords to use the light band Millimeter wave (mmWave) where it lies between 30 GHz and 300 GHz, this spectrum can be used for high-speed wireless communications as seen with the latest 802.11ad Wi-Fi standard...
Date: 08/10/2017
Author: Astro Ahmed @ GrEEK CAMPUS
Tags: 5G, LTE, Wi-Fi
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Wi-Fi is not as ubiquitous as cellular but finding Wi-Fi is like finding a coffee shop. Though there are initiatives to make it more ubiquitous as it has potential to cater largest share of internet data flowing over wireless access networks. Before going into the main theme of cellular (note, t...
Date: 07/26/2017
Author: Saurabh Verma @ Fundarc Communication
Tags: LTE, Wi-Fi
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The more I look at enterprise mobile, especially its focus on verticals and IoT, the more I'm convinced there needs to be a change in industry structure, regulation and network ownership/operation. And that means new spectrum policy, as well.
Date: 05/31/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
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