Huawei has bolstered its enterprise Wi-Fi portfolio through a new partnership, as Wi-Fi provider Fon attempts to woo operator and business customers by debuting a sub-brand.
Orange's enterprise arm has launched the first in a series of "smart resorts", bringing free Wi-Fi, big data analytics and a bespoke app to an Alpine ski resort.
Wi-Fi provider iPass has launched a new range of device analytics and big data services based on its network of 62 million hotspots.
Qualcomm is working with manufacturers in a bid to accelerate deployments of mesh networks and has introduced new features for the technology.
Telefónica has debuted its mmWave spectrum to power a large-scale commercial Wi-Fi deployment in the City of London.
Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat’s in-flight connectivity service is a step closer to taking off after the UK regulator approved the terrestrial component of the network.
Nokia has added a new household Wi-Fi solution as part of its flagship portfolio of broadband access technologies.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance has launched a new certification programme to help operators and vendors test and certify devices for Wi-Fi roaming and Wi-Fi offload.
Leisure travel company Carnival is using SES’s satellite connectivity to offer Wi-Fi to its commercial fleet.
TDC is working with Vodafone to bring Wi-Fi to cars in Denmark.
Liberty Global has released a mobile app for its customers to automatically connect to 10 million of its Wi-Fi hotspots, and check data and devices hooked up its their home network.
Huawei has launched a new wireless solution offering nearly three times the bandwidth of current leading products and combining multiple access technologies.
The European Parliament has voted through legislation that will see free Wi-Fi being rolled out to local communities across the EU.
Large, high-density Wi-Fi networks will be able to deliver better performance after the Wi-Fi Alliance added two new features to its light-touch access technology.
Wi-Fi will play a "significant" role within the forthcoming 5G framework, coexisting with the next generation of cellular technology, the Wireless Broadband Alliance has claimed.
EE has launched its first own brand Cat-7 wireless router, which can offer download speeds of up to 90MBps over its cellular network.
O2 has rolled out its Wi-Fi solution to the London Eye, claiming its the first free service on a continually moving structure.
Private LTE is set to outpace Wi-Fi in the mining sector as companies look to roll out underground wireless connectivity, according to new predictions.
Ericsson is hoping its partnership to install Wi-Fi in the grounds of Chelsea Football Club will lead to operators looking to 5G to enable connectivity within stadiums.
Cisco hardware is set to underpin O2 and Vodafone’s roll-out of free public Wi-Fi in London.
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