Editorial Webinar: Hosted by RCR Wireless News
When Wi-Fi 6 Extended, which refers to the ability to operate Wi-Fi in the 6 GHz band, was announced, the industry rejoiced for it was the first time in 20 years that Wi-Fi technology was allocated additional spectrum. Users are still in the process of upgrading to 6 and 6E, but the next generation of wireless technology, Wi-Fi 7 is already on the horizon, promising even higher data rates and lower latency. What does adoption of 6 and 6E look like now and when and what can we expect from Wi-Fi 7?
Cat Sbeglia, Managing Editor, RCR Wireless
Adam Smith, Product Marketing, LitePoint
Andy Davidson, Senior Director Engineering, Qualcomm
Bill Koerner, Senior Application Engineer, Keysight