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Imagination marks 20 years of the Wi-Fi Alliance

One of the key reasons for Wi-Fi’s ubiquity in devices is down to the Wi-Fi Alliance, which on 4 June 2019 is celebrating 20 years of existence. But what exactly is the Wi-Fi Alliance?

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Ensigma Whisper Wi-Fi power consumption

Wi-Fi today is a ubiquitous connectivity technology and is one of the pillars one which Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity rests. The problem, however, is

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5G: What is the buzz all about?

As 4G (LTE Advanced, LTE Advanced Pro along with LTE Classic) continues to penetrate and replace legacy networks, there seems to be an urgency to

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