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Hotspot 2.0 – Re-defining Wireless Access

Early this year, New York City announced that it was replacing its public phone booths with fast and free public Wi-Fi hotspots. The sheer scale of this network is not the only thing of interest, though. These hotspots differ from most of those we may be familiar with. They use a technology called Hotspot 2.0, […]

Celebrating 30 years of Wi-Fi – Cradle in Europe

When searching the web, there is no distinct or formalized date of birth of wireless LAN to be found, let alone a place of birth. Some of us may get the feeling that this key communication technology of our age was invented just a couple of years ago.