London is the world's most connected city, with just seven percent of its citizens unconnected, new figures from the Wireless Broadband Alliance have revealed.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has introduced a new certification program to ensure connectivity for houses built from scratch.
Cellular connectivity will account for a fifth of all internet traffic by 2021, Cisco has predicted, with IoT devices accounting for more than half of connected devices by early next decade.
Nokia has demonstrated how Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) can enable Wi-Fi networks to deliver augmented reality and video in a trial at a US university sports venue.
Qualcomm has announced a new mesh networking platform to help enable connectivity in the smart home and a push for 802.11ad Wi-Fi technology to aid enterprises and outdoor deployments.
Swisscom will deploy Nokia's Home Analytics solution (HAL) as it looks to improve the customer experience of its Wi-Fi base.
Barcelona's City Council has extended its Wi-Fi network to cover its fleet of 1,003 buses.
O2 and its joint venture with Vodafone, Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd (CTIL), are rolling out a new wireless network featuring Wi-Fi and small cells in the City of London.
3 Denmark has launched Voice over LTE and extended its Voice over Wi-Fi service to a range of new devices.
O2 has launched app-free Wi-Fi and 4G calling in a move that brings it into line with MNO rivals in the UK.
The UK will be the first market in Europe to test Google’s new smart home and Wi-Fi services.
Service providers will be able to offer Wi-Fi to roaming customers after Mobileum and AT&T signed a new partnership to offer the US-based operator’s Wi-Fi Hub service to telcos worldwide.
Qualcomm has launched two new Wi-Fi solutions that support the new 802.11ax standard in a bid to expand network capacity.
UK mobile operator Three has launched app-free Wi-Fi calling, joining competitors Vodafone and EE in offering the service.
Wireless integrated circuit (IC) shipments are set to grow nearly 54 percent by 2020 as evolutions in IoT and Wi-Fi connectivity drive demand, new research has claimed.
French telco Bouygues Telecom has introduced the 4G box, which provides high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity to homes by connecting to an LTE network.
BT has launched Whole Home Wi-Fi, a consumer product that uses repeater discs to boost Wi-Fi coverage throughout the home.
The Wi-Fi Alliance is aiming to improve coordination between connected products through a new feature and certification programme.
Ericsson and Cisco are combining their Wi-Fi portfolios in a bid to offer "high performance" Wi-Fi to enterprise customers.
The IoT will not work without the convergence and coexistence of licensed and unlicensed technologies, according to the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA).
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