Tag: wifi

Assessing the MDU opportunity

According to the US Census Bureau, out of 127 million households, were close to 35 million households living in MDUs (multi dwelling unit) of...

Google and Tequila Wi-Fi

SitWiFi recently gained notoriety when it announced partnership with Google to convert its existing hotspots to the Station format. In a recent visit to...

Wi-Fi Roaming Case Study: AT&T

AT&T has been a highly enthusiast adopter of Wi-Fi roaming and has garnered great results from its initiative. As a market leader in all...

Liberty wants to shake up its supply chain as WiFi takes...

Liberty Global currently has 85 different set-top boxes deployed in subscriber homes, and Liberty Global’s chief product officer Doron Hacmon describes his company’s splintered TV ecosystem...

Bringing Blockchain to Telecom

Since the first blockchain was implemented in 2009 with the release of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, blockchain technology has sparked wide interest among a variety...

How will LTE Unlicensed affect Wi-Fi performance?

Wi-Fi has enjoyed a quasi-monopolistic usage of the 5GHz in the last few years but that is changing as Multefire and LTE unlicensed in general...

Quantenna won Comcast approval

In absence of any official announcements, WiFi chip manufacturer Quantenna Communications took the opportunity at Mobile World Congress to finally put substance behind the...

Trending at MWC18

As expected, MWC2018 was a lot about buzzwords 5G, AI, VR, digital transformation, digital identity, smart cities, connected cars, IoT and everything in between. With...

Measuring the Need for more Unlicensed Spectrum

The growing network of connected devices, increasing number of Wi-Fi users, and growing data capacity requirements will necessitate careful Wi-Fi spectrum planning. To satisfy...

The Promises and Challenges of AI for CSPs

The increasing capability of computer processing power and recent advancements in cloud storage have made the once sci-fi concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) an...