Wi-Fi connectivity will be boosted next year as the number of handsets shipping with 802.11ad Wireless Gigabit (WiGig) chipsets reaches 180 million.
Sky and Ruckus Wireless have developed a new wireless access point technology that they claim increases Wi-Fi connectivity in high demand areas.
Deutsche Telekom is bringing LTE and Wi-Fi to BMW vehicles with the manufacturer’s ConnectedDrive technology, as well as moved to bring wireless to its motorcycles.
Vodafone Czech Republic has launched voice over LTE and Wi-Fi calling after getting Ericsson to enable its network.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance has called on the industry to accelerate rollout of voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi) as it seeks to establish standards to ensure scalable and reliable services.
Deutsche Telekom has launched Wi-Fi calling in Germany for its customers with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets.
BT has launched a Wi-Fi hub boasting seven antennas, which the telco has described as the United Kingdom's most powerful router.
O2 has broadened its Wi-Fi portfolio to cover 104 stations across the United Kingdom's rail network.
The UK regulator is planning to open up a sub-band in 5GHz spectrum to help improve Wi-Fi quality.
The global carrier Wi-Fi equipment market will double during the next five years, driven by network functions virtualisation, Hotspot 2.0 and 802.11ac, new research has claimed.
More than 20 billion Wi-Fi chipsets will be shipped during the next five years, new research has claimed, with demand for 5GHz set to dominate the market.
Infrastructure company Arqiva has completed work on installing unified public and enterprise Wi-Fi networks to 700 branches of the UK's Nationwide Building Society, 16 administration centres and two data centres.
Vodafone Germany has demoed a new intelligent mobile access solution, which aims to connect consumers quicker via Wi-Fi or cellular.
Liberty Global is installing Devicescape's automated connectivity solution to allow its customers to connect to the vendor's Wi-Fi network.
Telefónica has unveiled a new indoor positioning system that uses a smartphone’s sensors to accurately find its location.
Wi-Fi providers need to do more to inform consumers that their home routers are being used as public hotspots, after new research claimed almost a third will be used in this way by next year.
Indoor data traffic is set to grow by 600 percent between now and 2020, increasing the need for distributed antenna systems, a new report has claimed.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has opened the door to the technology being used to power Internet of Things networks by using sub-1GHz spectrum.
Virtualised home gateways could help operators reduce their overall costs by up to 40 percent, a new report from Bell Labs has claimed.
Huawei has revealed a new Wi-Fi solution that it claims increases capacity and speeds, as well as simplifying device management.
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