AirTies wins SingTel trial for its WiFi mesh

  We have been talking about the mesh WiFi networking software from residential equipment maker Airties for about four years. Finally an operator, SingTel in...

More than Half of Operators Plan to Deploy Carrier-grade Wi-Fi

The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA), the industry association focused on driving next generation Wi-Fi and its role in Public Wi-Fi services, Internet of Things...

Chip majors on the prowl for WiGig

Deploying WiFi in 60GHz spectrum was once seen as a niche option, but the emerging WiGig technology is heading for the mainstream, supporting multi-gigabit...

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...

Stanford researchers look forward to battery-free WiFi IoT devices

Researchers at Stanford University claim they have brought a self-supporting Internet of Things network based on WiFi closer to reality. The technology, called backscattering, has...

Wi-Fi cashing on Voice and Roaming

From being a technology that just enables access to the Internet at home or in the coffee shop, WiFi is becoming a key enabler...

How Businesses Benefit from Content Insertion in Their Wi-Fi Networks

With Wi-Fi access to the Internet expected by users everywhere, wireless networks are now one of the most popular and important ways for enterprises...

Birdstep tries to corner cellular into “losing its religion”

This article is part of the Faultline Service. Please request a FREE four week trial for Faultline.   If you ask anyone technical in cellular what...

Business Travelers Wi-Fi Trends

In a world where connectivity is king, business travelers continue to pay a premium to stay in contact with their office, customers, and families...