Cable Track at the WBA

This week I have the pleasure to attend the WBA Wireless Global Congress in New York City where I will be moderating a couple...

Cable Deals will console Sprint for failed TMO merger

So the engagement between Sprint and T-Mobile USA is off again, and until the next time they dance around one another, Sprint is focusing...

WBA demonstrates NGH capabilities

The Wireless Broadband Alliance Announced record-Setting Next Generation Hotspot Deployment at the Inaugural “Mobile World Congress Americas, in Partnership with CTIA. More than 60 percent...

Qualcomm joins WiFi mesh wars

At the recent Broadband World Forum, Qualcomm formally introduced its mesh architecture for WiFi, as operators increasingly need to deploy a home WiFi system...

APIs + Cloud = Better Guest Wi-Fi experience

With the rapid proliferation of wireless devices in the last few years, Wi-Fi has become an absolute necessity in the home, the office and...

Charter FCC filing shows detail on how cable will undermine MNOs

The major US cablecos have been setting the pace in incorporating wireless into their service strategies, and until now Comcast has been the frontrunner....

Guest Wi-Fi is the Key for Dine-In Restaurants to Engage Their Patrons

Engagement, engagement, and engagement, all with customers, are now the three most important things in the restaurant industry. Good food and good service have...

Mesh carries WiFi to the whole-home frontier, but lacks standards

WiFi has been sweeping to power in the home, but still has one final hurdle to jump in or-der to oust wired options completely....

Making Wi-Fi Great Again!

Last week I attended my first CWNP conference called “Wi-Fi Trek” in Orlando. As a CWTS and WCNA myself, I felt a great sense of community...

WiFi inches towards mesh standardization one step at a time

WiFi has been sweeping to power in the home, but still has one final hurdle to jump in order to oust wired options completely. It still...