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What’s Powering Performance and Efficiency in the Latest Wi-Fi Standards? (Download)

Aug. 2, 2022

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Managed by the Wi-Fi Alliance since 1999, Wi-Fi (also known as WLAN or IEEE 802.11xx) has delivered the flexibility and convenience of wireless network connectivity at multi-megabit and, more recently, multi-gigabit data speeds.

Wi-Fi has proved to be a critical enabler for the services and freedoms many enjoy today, such as connecting to the internet easily and casually in any room at home, and in venues such as cafes and while traveling. Moreover, the ability to connect new devices without installing extra infrastructure is a key component for today’s digital homes, populated by smart appliances and served by streaming entertainments, online gaming, and much more.