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What Does the Future Hold for Wi-Fi?

Wi-Fi, built out of what was thought to be junk spectrum, has been a phenomenal success story. But with more than 1 billion Wi-Fi devices on the market, what's next for the wireless networking technology?

At the Interop show in Las Vegas, a panel of networking experts discuss the future of Wi-Fi, and Wi-Fi Planet has the story.


LAS VEGAS -- With more than 1 billion devices in service, Wi-Fi arguably ranks as one of the most successful networking technologies ever created.

But what will it take for Wi-Fi to continue to grow? A panel of standards experts tackled that question here at the Interop conference.

"We expect a long run as there is no end in sight for Wi-Fi technology," Edgar Figueroa, CEO of the Wi-Fi Alliance, told the audience.

Read the full story at Wi-Fi Planet:
Wi-Fi 2015: Where Is Wireless Networking Going?