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Wi-Fi Alliance is expanding Wi-Fi Certified ac to include new features that provide a higher-performance mobility experience. New “wave 2” features enable Wi-Fi to more efficiently handle high-bandwidth applications from an increasing number of smartphones, tablets, TVs, and other consumer electronics devices simultaneously connected to Wi-Fi networks.
On 7 July 2016, a 5G Manifesto prepared by an Industry High Level Group was submitted to the European Commission. Commenting on the initiative, Tony Graziano, Vice-President of Huawei’s European Public Affairs and Communication Office, said: “We fully support the 5G Manifesto presented today, and are determined to play our part in living up to its ambitions.”
Brocade and Ruckus Wireless today announced that Brocade has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Ruckus Wireless in a cash and stock transaction valued at approximately $1.2 billion. The acquisition will complement Brocade’s enterprise networking portfolio, adding Ruckus’ higher-growth, wireless products to Brocade’s market-leading networking solutions.
Upsite Technologies announced its wireless EnergyLok Environmental Monitoring System (EMS) 300 at AFCOM’s Data Center World Global Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Greg Waite, CEO of InventionShare, announced today that important discussions and negotiations for country and continental 5by5 Wireless large area hot spots took place during the GMSA mobile conference in Barcelona.
Wireless network operators around the globe have invested significantly in LTE and need more solutions for increasing the life of their networks. To this end, CommScope is offering new cell site solutions that make deploying sites easier and adding capacity more efficient.
Industry Leaders Collaborate to Expand Cellular Coverage and Capacity for Buildings and High-Density Areas
Six vendors of wireless technology today announced their shared commitment to develop, market and promote solutions utilizing the U.S. 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS). The six companies—Federated Wireless, Google, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm Incorporated and Ruckus Wireless—believe that CBRS will be critical to drive innovation, support new business models and spur economic growth.