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Public Wi-Fi – bringing down the barriers

Public Wi-Fi – bringing down the barriers

Submitted by • September 14, 2020

Wi-Fi, the global network of choice, has invaded the technology regime for the next generation networks. Most of the devices we use today are Wi-Fi enabled and even on the most advanced 4G handsets, 78% of the data is consumed over Wi-Fi. Simply put, Wi-Fi has become the priority network for users. Moreover, with an aim of developing the cities across the globe into smart cities, the government and city municipal authorities are also looking to deploy or partner to offer Wi-Fi connectivity across the cities. By 2018, it is predicted that there will be nearly one Wi-Fi hotspot for every 20 people on earth. This compares to one hotspot for every 150 people today. Definitely there will be a global Wi-Fi hotspot phenomenon. Service providers are demystifying and exploring the untapped business opportunities around public & city wide Wi-Fi, however, there are several barriers to wide adoption of public Wi-Fi.

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