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Wi-Fi Bringing Applications Together for Next Generation Networks

Even as cellular networks are evolving from today’s 3G technology to LTE that brings promise of capacity leaps (by account of nearly 4 times), the overall data traffic projection is expected to increase by an annual CAGR of 32% from 2010 to 2015; outpacing LTE network deployments. LTE networks will fill up very quickly. Until then, network operators have to cope with the consumption of over-the-top (OTT) wireless broadband service.


 
01 - 06 - 12  |  White papers

iPass Global Mobile Workforce Report Q2

Understanding Mobility Trends and Mobile Usage Among Business Users


 
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Wi-Fi Authentication and Security through EAP-based Approach

Data traffic demand is growing rapidly as operators are struggling to overcome declining margins and rising capital costs in their mobile broadband strategies. The telecom industry is talking about offload as a solution but it can take many forms, leaving many operators unsure of which path to take.


 
01 - 05 - 12  |  White papers

Wi-Fi Data Offloading Impacts on Capex and Opex

Continued aggressive growth in data traffic fuelled by increase in smartphones, video and application usage has created an urgent need for faster and efficient networks. Figuring an approach to make systems extensible and scalable is important to the success of effective data offload strategies that bridge the gaps of disparate systems.


 
01 - 04 - 12  |  White papers

Wi-Fi Driving Mobile Internet Explosion – Smart Monetization

The mobile Internet explosion was a result and a victim of its own success; several contributing factors of which, the evolution of better and faster bandwidth, ability to connect multiple nodes (users) from a primitive point to point connectivity to mesh connectivity, advancement of mobility that gave new meaning of pervasive connectivity and more affordable devices, resulting in downward pressure on price per connectivity.


 
01 - 03 - 12  |  White papers

iPass Global Mobile Workforce Report Q1

Understanding Mobility Trends and Mobile Usage Among Business Users


 
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Why Wi-Fi offload and roaming are key to meeting growing data demands

Data traffic demand is growing rapidly in the wake of operator strategies to encourage mobile broadband adoption. As a result, the industry is talking about offload as a solution but one which takes many forms, leaving many operators unsure of which path to take. The business case for Wi-Fi is evolving, and not just for data offload but also voice and messaging, offering an opportunity for the deeper integration of Wi-Fi with the operator’s service portfolio.


 
01 - 02 - 12  |  White papers

Wi-Fi New Service Models for Next Generation Networks

Wi-Fi had its beginnings as a “good to have” technology, whereby its value were undermined by its range and found its place in niche markets. The evolution of Wi-Fi from its role of connectivity to “Wi-Fi as a service” has come a long way. Throughput speeds have leap-frog from 2Mbps to 11Mbps and now at an astounding rate of up to 150Mbps.


 
01 - 02 - 12  |  White papers

Wi-Fi for a Connected World Towards Next Generation Networks

The next generation networks that we envision to be would be unimaginable with multitude of new generation of services, connected devices value chain and emerging embedded systems like telematics and automation gaining momentum in vertical industries.


 
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