Category: wifi


Why Gigabit Britain needs WiFi 6

In order to deliver better in-home connectivity and realise the potential of FTTH, ISPs are looking to provide routers offering WiFi 6 connectivity to consumers. 

The Telecoms.com Podcast: 5G, IoT and Huawei

We are delighted to welcome special guest William Webb back to the pod but decide to start by putting him on the spot over hist historical telecoms predictions, to see how many he got right. Eventually we give him a break and move on to news Vodafone snuck under the radar about spinning off its IoT unit, before reviewing Huawei’s latest attempt at reconciliation with the West.

MediaTek teases Wi-Fi 7 kit

Taiwanese chip maker MediaTek has demonstrated its new Wi-Fi 7 products to key customers and partners.

Sky launches its own telly

The UK bit of Sky has launched Sky Glass, a TV with all the things you need to access Sky services built into it.

Industry group formed to advance 6 GHz Wi-Fi

Facebook, Broadcom, and Cisco have created a software group under the aegis of Telecom Infra Project (TIP) to accelerate the commercialization of 6 GHz Wi-Fi devices.

Boingo going private in $854 million deal

Boingo Wireless has agreed a US$854 million takeover deal by investment firm Digital Colony Management a year after it disclosed that it had been approached by a number of suitors.

Sky steps up its Italian Job

Sky Italia has confirmed it will expand its broadband footprint in the Italian market as it seemingly eyes up the convergence dream.

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