Tag: data Wi-Fi

Italy’s government and fiber providers fill their gaps with WiFi

It is not just operators which are turning to WiFi to fill gaps in their mobile assets, but whole governments. Italian lawmakers want the...

Restaurants Place Focus on Customer Experience Using Wi-Fi

Reaching customers in today’s mobile-connected world is challenging, especially for restaurants. At one time, diners would choose a restaurant based on curb appeal and...

Hotel Chain Focuses on Guest Experience through Digital Strategy

Following Hilton’s announcement of its new digital hotel experience, Global hotel operator Accor is redefining the customer experience through its new Leading Digital Hospitality...

iPass Wi-Fi Growth Map Shows 1 Public Hotspot for Every 20...

Joint Study with Analysts Maravedis Rethink Shows Europe Leads the World for Wi-Fi REDWOOD SHORES, CA.— November 3, 2014– iPass Inc. (NASDAQ: IPAS), the world's...

Google (finally!) buys a smart home hub with Revolv

So Google has finally made the obvious IoT acquisition, after paying $3.2 billion for a connected thermostat called Nest. After that purchase, we were...

MU-MIMO only works on the downlink, and kills beamforming

Last week we ran an article giving Qualcomm’s claims for MU-MIMO and while it is proving tough to find experts prepared to commit themselves...

Liberty Global uses EU decision to trigger war with KPN

Liberty Global and its Dutch subsidiary UPC Netherlands have wasted no time leaping into the mobile market with a cut price offer based around...

Mimosa takes WiFi from ‘cloud to client’ for WISPs

When Silicon Valley start-up Mimosa Networks raised a $20m Series C funding round in the summer, it brought a whiff of nostalgia, for the...

Wireless going software defined

A problem for broadband operators and also OTT video providers is that consumer expectations are evolving faster than the service’s overall ability to meet...

WiFi Alliance enhances Passpoint as momentum mounts

Operators are demanding truly carrier-class WiFi far sooner than the standards can fully deliver, but progress is steadily being made with the two key...