Artificial intelligence will revolutionize Wi-Fi

The use of artificial intelligence to ensure uninterrupted performance of Wi-Fi isn't science fiction anymore.

Skip deploying 802.11ac Wave 2

With the unexpected success of 802.11ac Wave 1 and 802.11ax on the horizon, it seems that the value proposition of 802.11ac Wave 2 is lost before it has arrived. And, perhaps rightfully so. One should wait.

Why the FCC's safety guidelines for Wi-Fi need to be re-evaluated

FCC guidelines for maximum allowed transmit power of Wi-Fi Access Points are based on the assumption that Wi-Fi signals are received by a human body from a distance for one transmitting antenna. However, we are not exposed to one...

It's on: LTE-U vs. Wi-Fi

Recently, a new carrier technology called LTE-U (LTE Unlicensed) is at the center of a hot debate, as it has the potential to make Wi-Fi redundant.

Why Wi-Fi will be the technology of choice for the Internet of Things

With projections of about over 5 billion connected devices by end of 2015 and growth to 50 billion by 2020, the challenges in front of Internet of Things (IoT) are lack of standardization, security, integrability, battery life, and...

How SDN will help earn money, not just save

How SDN will help earn money, not just save

When it comes to software-defined networking (SDN), much of the buzz is around how it makes the network leaner and cheaper to implement and operate. Well, lessening expenses and complexity is good, but SDN goes far beyond and it can...