WiFi has never been more in demand.
The WiFi as a service market is projected to grow from $2.1 billion in 2018 to $6.1 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 23.8% from 2018 to 2023.
Reduction in the cost of ownership of WiFi infrastructure for organizations, development of smart cities, and increased demand for high-speed and widespread network coverage are factors fueling the growth of the market across the globe.
This is not surprising in that WiFi has transformed connectivity in America in every way possible.
WiFi connects us to the internet so we can conduct business, catch up with family and friends, do homework, obtain a medical diagnosis, stream our favorite shows, and much more. It’s also a critical tool for factories, hospitals, retail stores, and transportation hubs across the U.S.
WiFi is one of the greatest success stories of the technology era, and a key to continued social and economic growth.
The global economic value of WiFi in 2021 was estimated at $3.3 trillion, according to a study commissioned by WiFi Alliance. By 2025 that value is expected to grow to $4.9 trillion.
WiFi’s true value is in large part due to its flexibility, which opens a wide spectrum of use cases that have melded with society’s technological needs.
For example, WiFi Wireless networks allow smartphone users to access information in real time so that they can roam anywhere they want without being removed from the network. This improves their mobility over the old fashioned traditional networking system.
Installing a wireless network infrastructure eliminates wires, which are difficult to set up and can impose a safety risk. When compared to a conventional network, it can also be mounted fast and efficiently.
Consequently, a wireless network can be expanded to areas where wires and cables are not available in an organization.
Additionally, wireless WiFi connects to a wide range of channels providing TV programs, movies and music without connecting a TV antenna or subscribing to a cable/satellite provider – the key advantage of a smart TV. Online searching, games, and access to compatible media content saved on your device are also supported by certain smart TVs.
And, like all significant technologies, WiFi is also evolving.
It wasn’t that long ago that there was a lot of talk about how WiFi networks would be struggling to handle traffic demands because the spectrum was too busy. But that before WiFi 6, which has opened up additional spectrum, easing congestion.
Consequently, the demands on WiFi networks are starting to explode, both in terms of the number of users connected, and the amount of data each connected device downloads per millisecond.
WiFi Training Courses by Tonex
Our WiFi training courses are designed for managers and engineers involved in planning, designing, manufacturing and operating WiFi.
WiFi training bootcamp, for example, is a very interactive course providing an understanding of the fundamental properties, theory of operations, fundamental building blocks and pillars, certification, utilizations and applications of WiFi. You will focus on intuitive explanations and demonstrations that will clearly define terms and provide examples to illustrate how different types of WiFi are planned, designed, created, used, operated and managed.
HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
- Gain the skills to use the latest in WiFi technology to improve your organization’s performance and their bottom-line.
- Increase the productivity of yourself and your team to gain a competitive edge in WiFi, wireless industry and IoT.
- Earn a recognized industry credential by Tonex the leader in WiFi and 802.11 training and consulting industry.
- Receive an overview of 802.11/WiFi and the evolution of WiFi technology
Agenda and Course Topics
- Advanced Connectivity Era
- Unlicensed Spectrum
- WiFi Security
- Wi-Fi Agile Multiband
- Wi-Fi Aware
- Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6
- Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac
- Enabling Wi-Fi 6E
- WiFi 7
- Wi-Fi CERTIFIED HaLow
- Wi-Fi CERTIFIED n
- Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Voice-Enterprise
- Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WiGig
- Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WMM Programs
- Wi-Fi Data Elements
- Wi-Fi Direct
- Wi-Fi Easy Connect
- Wi-Fi EasyMesh
- Wi-Fi Home Design
- Wi-Fi Location
- Wi-Fi Optimized Connectivity
- Wi-Fi Protected Setup
- Wi-Fi QoS Management
- Wi-Fi Vantage