Cellular Needs LPWA to Compete with Wi-Fi

IoT Finally Gets What it Needs By some estimates, there will be more than 20 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices in use by 2020....

The 5G vs WiFi False Debate

There is a growing number of 5G skeptics that are engaging on a 5G vs WiFi false debate concluding that 5G is not needed...

AirTies can finally talk openly about Sky-Q hybrid mesh

Bulent Celebi, the ebullient chairman of AirTies Wireless Networks, has been talking to us about proprietary mesh networks and powerline as a spare backhaul...

The Promise of better Wi-Fi with AI

Artificial intelligence or AI for short has been described variously as a threat to humanity, a boon to economies, and many other things in...

The Case for Cloud Wi-Fi

The Case for Cloud Wi-Fi As the modern workforce has become more mobile, businesses of all sizes and shapes have started to rely more and...

Why we don’t think SON and WiFi have a great future together

Last week both Qualcomm and Quantenna have used the word SON, a convenient acronym stolen from LTE, in conjunction with WiFi. In our view,...

Cable Track at the WBA

This week I have the pleasure to attend the WBA Wireless Global Congress in New York City where I will be moderating a couple...

IEEE must push WiFi to the heart of the 5G agenda this year

There is a broad assumption that 5G will end up being an umbrella platform which includes a range of radio access technologies under its...

Mobile Is Making a Huge Impact in the Grocery Store

Mobile devices are having an enormous impact on the purchasing decisions that shoppers are making in grocery stores, and that impact is growing rapidly...

Qualcomm joins WiFi mesh wars

At the recent Broadband World Forum, Qualcomm formally introduced its mesh architecture for WiFi, as operators increasingly need to deploy a home WiFi system...