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June 23, 2023
Date: Jul 26, 2023
Date: Wednesday 26th July 2023
Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time
The proliferation of smart devices and the resulting exponential growth in connectivity and bandwidth needs has redefined the role of Wi-Fi in our connected world. This is especially true in the home, given the acceleration of high-speed broadband access and the increasing availability of fibre in many countries.
In homes where everything from games consoles to smart security systems are connected, and where work related activities are becoming more present traditional home networks are being stretched to their limits with Wi-Fi often becoming a bottleneck. Next-generation home networking technologies are now essential to deliver high-quality user experiences with faster and more reliable connectivity. Today’s home users need Wi-Fi bandwidth, controlled latency and performance to support activities like 4K streaming, online gaming, and video conferencing – often simultaneously.
Last-gen Wi-Fi solutions are restricting a seamless user experience because they aren’t capable of delivering today’s superfast broadband to users and their devices in the home. Qualcomm Technologies’ leadership and expertise in wireless tech, including Wi-Fi, means they are uniquely positioned to demonstrate how Wi-Fi 7 is driving future-proofed innovation today, and the unique opportunities that lie ahead for carriers/ISPs and consumers alike.
In this deep dive webinar, a Qualcomm expert will cover:
Why a new generation of home networking technology is needed: trends and insights
Why ISPs can’t let Wi-Fi continue to be a bottleneck
The advantages of Wi-Fi 7 over previous standards
How to create a home network that maximises high-speed broadband access, enables real-time connectivity and seamlessly connects to myriad devices
The growing Wi-Fi 7 ecosystem
Patrick Ribardiere – Senior Director, Product Marketing, Qualcomm France S.A.R.L.
Armita Satari – Head of Custom Content – Telecoms.com
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