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2019 is loading… and WiFi as a service is attributed as a game-changer for world-wide connectivity networks

Companies are shaking things up in order to decide what the future of WiFi looks like. Wireless technology as we all know has simplified how we look at and communicate with objects and people around us. Resource sharing has become easier with the advent of broadband internet and stand-alone computers to peer of multiple computers connectivity are offering a variety of solutions for seamlessly integrating data from all over the world.

The 3 trends to look out for in the year 2019:

  1. Increasing demand for wireless networks:

Wi-Fi and mobile devices presently account for more than 50% of IP traffic and are projected to grow even further. “Smart City” is yet another budding concept that is highly demanding an intelligent WiFi network and can enable people to roam freely between different access points with uninterrupted services. It is still a largely unmanaged network, which is providing opportunities for collaborative activities amongst the key providers.

  1. Growing number of devices:

The short lifecycle of connected devices is assuring the constant flow of newer and more advanced devices in the market. The growing number of smart devices is only increasing the complexity of their associated networks. Dollars are making more sense as the network providers are realizing that money cannot be something that can bog them down of this networking game and they are efficiently sizing up their purchasing power to make these complex scenarios easier and aligned.

  1. Internet of Things:

The next big technological waves—such as robotics, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, machine learning and augmented reality—are here, and they’re only going to make the canvas more appealing. Technology today is making major strides and is ready to prosper. Internet of Things (IoT) has presented itself as the bewildering choice of connectivity option for the service providers, application developers, and the end-users.


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