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Q&A with Extreme Networks: The state of Wi-Fi 6, 6E adoption

Extreme Networks exec: 'Any new Wi-Fi radio, whether in the consumer or enterprise market, has a Wi-Fi 6 radio in it' "Wi-Fi is ingrained in our culture," Extreme Network's Director of Wireless, Office of the CTO, David Coleman told RCR Wireless News. "You can’t live...

Extreme Networks will provide Wi-Fi 6 to West Texas A&M University’s stadium

University students will be in charge of managing the Wi-Fi 6 infrastructure year-round In an initiative spearheaded by students, Extreme Networks will install its Wi-Fi 6 solution in West Texas A&M University’s (WTAMU) Buffalo Stadium. The enhanced Wi-Fi network will streamline game day operations and...

Wi-Fi 5 vs. Wi-Fi 6: New features offer better, faster connection

With Wi-Fi 6, the frustration of a slow connection in busy areas might be a thing of the past 802.11ac, or Wi-Fi 5 was released in 2014, and at the time, was the newest, fasted, and most reliable version of Wi-Fi. However, 802.11ax, or Wi-Fi 6, is...

Analyst Angle: Reporting from the 2018 Wi-Fi Trek

I recently attended my second CWNP conference called “Wi-Fi Trek” in San Diego as a member of the CWNP family myself, I felt a great sense of community with the other delegates who also have at least one vendor-neutral certification. The CWNP under new...

Analyst Angle: Positioning of chipset suppliers ahead of 802.11ax Wi-Fi standards

802.11ax ecosystem starting to shape up The race to IEEE 802.11ax Wi-Fi is on. Qualcomm’s recently unveiled WCN3998 solution is the latest addition to a growing number of pre-standard or 802.11ax- “ready” chipsets hitting the market, following previous announcements by Qualcomm, Broadcom, Marvell, Quantenna, Intel,...

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