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Fifteen Wi-Fi Predictions for 2015

  • Fifteen Wi-Fi Predictions for 2015-

    Wi-Fi Leads in Smart Home, Industrial IoT, and Connected Car

    Already ubiquitous in homes and enterprises, Wi-Fi networks will connect a wider range of devices to make homes and businesses more automated, efficient, and comfortable. At home, more appliances, security cameras, and energy devices will connect over Wi-Fi, and cars will connect both at home and on the go for entertainment, maintenance, and safety. Meanwhile, expect advances in enterprises around building and factory automation, leveraging existing Wi-Fi infrastructure.

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Fifteen Wi-Fi Predictions for 2015

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  • Fifteen Wi-Fi Predictions for 2015-15

    Wi-Fi Leads in Smart Home, Industrial IoT, and Connected Car

    Already ubiquitous in homes and enterprises, Wi-Fi networks will connect a wider range of devices to make homes and businesses more automated, efficient, and comfortable. At home, more appliances, security cameras, and energy devices will connect over Wi-Fi, and cars will connect both at home and on the go for entertainment, maintenance, and safety. Meanwhile, expect advances in enterprises around building and factory automation, leveraging existing Wi-Fi infrastructure.

According to the Wi-Fi Alliance®, a global non-profit industry association, 2014 was a monumental year for Wi-Fi -- the wireless technology celebrated 15 years, carried more than 42 percent of the world's mobile data traffic and 90 percent of the world's tablet traffic, and connected users to more than 47 million public hotspots worldwide. Wi-Fi is on a path to provide seamless Wi-Fi virtually everywhere, and is pushing the limits of what wireless technology has traditionally offered.

With input from representatives from our member companies, Wi-Fi Alliance® has developed a list of 15 predictions for the coming year that prove Wi-Fi has evolved into much more than a mode of connectivity to the Internet.