The Wireless Broadband Alliance is comprised of members who have come together to achieve a common goal: delivering an outstanding user experience thought next-generation Wi-Fi. We’re very proud to introduce you to these members, and give you a glimpse into their role within the WBA and the Wi-Fi ecosystem.
This morning, 24 June 2015, the London Stock Exchange hosted the launch event for the International Festival of Business 2016 (IFB) – taking place over three weeks next June in Liverpool, welcoming the world’s smartest business leaders and thousands of international business delegates. It was also announced that HSBC, DLA Piper, Heathrow Airport, PwC, Siemens and Virgin Trains will be supporting the event.
The 2015 Wi-Fi Global Congress in London was a successful event on all fronts, and one of the most exciting additions to this year’s conference program was the inaugural WBA Accelerator Sessions. Continue reading
The first Wi-Fi Global Congress of 2015 is in the books, and it was undoubtedly a successful event on all fronts. When all was said and done, over 600 attendees came to London’s Tower Hotel to learn, share, and embrace all things Wi-Fi.
After two days’ worth of informative members working sessions, the conference program of the WBA’s 2015 Wi-Fi Global Congress kicked off yesterday. Over 600 attendees journeyed to the Tower Hotel in London for two days of discussions, presentations, and networking opportunities.
With Mobile World Congress a distant memory, the hot topics from the show are still making headlines. Voice over LTE and Wi-Fi are key themes for 2015 but the highest profile topic remains ubiquitous wireless connectivity and how different radio interfaces will combine to provide this.
News has come hard and fast from the major mobile technology event Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, and there has been an ongoing theme – the progress of Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi has quite clearly been the technology to watch during the event and for good reasons.
The WBA has been active in several ways to convey the message of Wi-Fi at the event, but luckily we found some time to review on-going developments and announcement.
A quick summary of our activities:
What are Cisco’s VNI research predictions for Wi-Fi?
Last week, Cisco released their latest update of the Cisco VNI Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast, 2014-2019. We have reviewed their report and picked out their main predictions for Wi-Fi.
Voice over Wi-Fi on a huge roll…
The recent announcements from Cablevision and FreedomPop demonstrate a continuing interest in the development and launch of Voice over Wi-Fi services.
Both developments – again – highlight the many use and business cases for Wi-Fi and provide yet another example of monetization being top of the agenda for businesses.