- The most used wireless communications technology
- The primary medium for global internet traffic
- Provider of $1T in economic value worldwide
- Growing every year, with 3 billion device shipments and 9 billion devices in use
Since 1999 Wi-Fi has ushered the age of wireless communication, changing the way the world communicates. Wi-Fi has improved over the past twenty years, with new versions of the technology bringing faster speeds, lower latency, and better user experiences in a multitude of environments and with a variety of device types.
Similar to cellular network technology generations (3G, LTE, and 4G), the most current generation of Wi-Fi is likely to deliver a better user experience. Wi-Fi technology is based on wireless communication standards created by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
To easily identify the Wi-Fi network version a client device is operating on, users should look for the icon in their device user interface.
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED EasyMesh™ brings a standards-based approach to Wi-Fi networks that utilize multiple access points (APs), combining the benefits of easy to use, self-adapting Wi-Fi with greater flexibility in device choice that comes with interoperable Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ devices. Wi-Fi EasyMesh™ networks employ multiple access...
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Wi-Fi Aware™ is a Wi-Fi Alliance® certification program that extends Wi-Fi® capability with quick discovery, connection, and data exchange with other Wi-Fi devices—without the need for a traditional Wi-Fi network infrastructure, internet connection, or GPS signal. Wi-Fi Aware™ provides rich here-and-now...