Celeno and Samsung swell consensus that WiFi must be software-driven

Two WiFi developments last week highlighted an emerging trend for vendors to accept that putting a WiFi chip directly into streaming devices can make...

The Battle for the MDU

AT&T has finally articulated a huge broadband plan for the whole of America – taking a combination of copper G.fast broadband and fiber toMulti...

The Case for FWA

Broadband internet service in the U.S. has been plagued by uncompetitive practices. Large, nationwide internet service providers (ISPs) have built monopolies that prohibit innovation,...

Broadcom joins the pre-standard 802.11ax chip race

Like the 3GPP’s 5G New Radio, the WiFi community’s first ‘5G’ standard, 802.11ax, is close enough to finalization that companies can design ‘pre-standard’ chips,...

Emerging Opportunities for Wi-Fi Services

Behind the scenes of the massive expansion of public Wi-Fi around the world in recent years, there has been another development going on. The...

Wi-Fi in Brazil, a Conversation with Linktel

Wi-Fi in Brazil, a Conversation with Reinaldo Rodrigues, Strategic Planning at Linktel   Can you tell us a little about Linktel? Linktel Corporate has been licensed by...

If Altice Fails, What Options For US MNOs?

Most of the current speculation focuses on Altice and Charter, and the potential involvement of Sprint or possibly TMO. But there are many other...

Curated Wi-Fi, Going Beyond Connectivity

During the Pre-LTE days, the importance of Wi-Fi infrastructure was on the rise and that created opportunities for aggregators such as Devicescape and iPass...

Qualcomm sees 200m WiFi AP revolution in US alone

Operators could double or even treble the number of devices in next-gen WiFi 4 US majors are about to go to market with...

Small Cells Become Part of Wider Landscape

As the small cell market matures, there is the inevitable reshaping of the landscape. Spidercloud, the enterprise RAN provider, has been acquired by Corning,...