Wi-Fi and 5G: Which Technology Needs the Other the Most?
2021년 11월 11일
The latest innovations – delivered by Wi-Fi 6/6E and soon Wi-Fi 7 – have put Wi-Fi on a collision course with 5G. Now ISPs, enterprises and ecosystem vendors face the complex challenge of assessing a range of new features and technologies across both existing and future use cases to develop their wireless network strategies. Join our panel of Wi-Fi experts – analyst Dean Bubley, founder of Disruptive Analysis; Leigh Chinitz, CTO of octoScope, a Spirent company; and Steve Douglas, head of market strategy for Spirent – as they debate the future of W-Fi and discuss the new use cases where Wi-Fi and 5G will battle for supremacy.
This webinar covers the following topics:
- The latest Wi-Fi market trends, including adoption of 6 GHz/6E; the impact of WFH requirements; and a growing focus on IoT, low-latency and vertical applications
- An overview of new Wi-Fi features and technologies, from mesh networking to QoS, including an early look at Wi-Fi 7
- Why Wi-Fi pre-launch validation needs to change and best practices for enhancing test realism to improve quality
- The domains that Wi-Fi and 5G are both targeting: Will we see convergence, coexistence or a clear winner?
- How the industry can evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of Wi-Fi and 5G to develop successful strategies
Light Reading Webinar
12:00pm EST / 5:00pm GMT
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Intelligence Content Manager, Telecoms.com
Director, Disruptive Analysis
Leigh Chinitz, Ph.D
Chief Technology Officer, octoScope, a Spirent company
Head of Market Strategy, Spirent