Unlocking the Economic Advantages of Wi-Fi Through 6 GHz Band Access Has Broad Support
Today, Cisco, Apple, Boingo, Broadcom, Facebook, Google, HPE, Intel, Qualcomm, Sony and dozens of others applauding FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for his continued commitment to opening the 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi.
The Future of Wi-Fi Depends on Access to the 6GHz Band
Wi-Fi 6 is necessary to realizing the promise of the technology of tomorrow. And access to 6 GHz unlicensed spectrum is crucial to the future of our wireless infrastructure.
The World Runs on Wi-Fi: With Wi Fi 6, Now Is the Time to Open Up More Unlicensed Spectrum for It
At Cisco, we are excited about the generational advance of Wi-Fi 6. To experience the full power of Wi-Fi 6 and 5G technologies, policymakers must find more spectrum for Wi-Fi.
I’m Not Tired of Wi-Fi! Are You?
Wi-Fi traffic is expected to triple by 2022. If Wi-Fi occupies spectrum throughout the 6 GHz range, there could be enough spectrum to support future Wi-Fi demand.
Fueled by Spectrum: A Fast-Growing Safety Ecosystem for Autonomous Vehicles & Intelligent Transportation
It took over 20 years for the automobile to begin showing its dominance in transportation with the best-selling Model T. Even when the Model T saw its production end in...
Leading in 5G: Taking 5G to Orkney and Somerset – Part 1
Cisco is leading a consortium entering into the UK Government 5G Competition. This "5G RuralFirst Partnership" is focused on tackling some of the challenges of rural 5G deployment.
Mid-Band Spectrum: the Goldilocks Bands
Today’s announcement from the Federal Communications Commission that it is launching a “Notice of Inquiry” for mid-band spectrum is a development that wireless users can cheer, just as industry players already have. That’s because by the time this spectrum gets released for commercial use in a couple of years, rising demand for wireless data from […]
Mobile NOW = Mobile Tomorrow
With thousands of megahertz of new spectrum allocations and assignments in various stages of completion, one might wonder – do we still need Mobile NOW?