WiFi has enjoyed steadily increasing demand for new uses and applications and it is prepared to explode again, but not in its traditional forms. It has developed into a mature technology but has suffered from shortcomings, such as limited range, that have become more noticeable as new demands have been placed on the technology. One potential solution to the increasing demands is “Super Wi-Fi”, sometimes referred to as “Wi-Fi on steroids”. Super Wi-Fi makes use of “white spaces” in the unused spectrum TV spectrum.
The present Wi-Fi market includes millions of chips and products in homes, enterprise solutions by companies such as Cisco and service providers with solutions by companies like Motorola. The opening of TV White Spaces has created opportunities for all these companies. While it isn’t the only white space solution, Super Wi-Fi has much of the early mover advantage.
This report evaluates Super WiFi technology, various companies supporting it, solutions, and provides a future outlook.
WiFi service providers
WiFi infrastructure providers
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