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WiFi 6 is redefined fast speed and ultra-low latency, but with WiFi 7 nearly here, what is next for the WiFi Industry? What does the future look like when WiFi 6E & WiFi 7 are fully operational and how will they continue to support our ever-increasing need for fast speeds and consistent ultra-low latency? What are the new innovations driving change in this space? Join Fierce’s second annual Wi-Fi Summit to understand the current state of the industry and what to expect as we look to the future. Watch sessions on-demand here.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6
THE NEW ERA OF Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi 6E, THE ENTERPRISE & THE EVOLUTION TOWARDS Wi-Fi 7
11:15AM-11:30AM: Partner Keynote
11:30AM-12:15PM: Panel Discussion
WiFi is undoubtedly one of the biggest industries in the connectivity space. With a predicted market forecast of $38.2 billion by 2026, the WiFi space is only poised to grow and deliver more. Being the prominent mode on indoor connectivity, recent drivers in this space include increasing enterprise requirements, remote working and an increased demand for data-rich applications. WiFi 6E delivered a capacity much greater than the standards that came before, but with the first WiFi 7 devies expected to be released as early as February 2023, what is on the horizon for the WiFi industry? With speeds up to 46 Gbps and enhanced channel width, WiFi 7 is poised not only to bring consistent ultra-low latency and increased reach to the home user, but to also make use cases such as Smart Cities, Multigigabit streaming and the generations of AR & VR a reality. With that in mind, join Fierce as we explore what is next in the WiFi industry and what it means for us all.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6
AUTOMATED FREQUENCY COORDINATION, OPEN Wi-Fi & EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
2:15PM-2:30PM: Partner Keynote
2:30PM-3:15PM: Panel Discussion
The FCC’s approval of unlicensed 6GHz spectrum will allow for the capacities offered by WiFi 6 & 7 for indoor use, but how does this translate in outdoor setting, and how will Automated Frequency Coordination systems manage the additional traffic in the additional spectrum? What role could disaggregated Open WiFi systems play in meeting increasing operator’s cost-efficiency requirements? And what other emerging technologies and innovations are on the horizon to further expand the WiFi ecosystem? Join Fierce Wireless on this session as these concepts are explored.