The IEEE 802.11 standard for wireless local area networking (WLAN), commercially known as Wi-Fi, has become a necessity in our day-to-day life. Over a billion Wi-Fi access points connect close to hundred billion of IoT devices, smart phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, smart TVs, video cameras, monitors, printers, and other consumer devices to the Internet to enable millions of applications to reach everyone, everywhere.
Growing demand in the whole world on high speed broadband wireless networks led to motivate the development of new technologies in the field of wireless networks.
These technologies support high speed streaming multimedia, customized personalized services. WiMAX appears to be one of the most promising technologies in the last few years.
Through WiMAX Technology a client can deploy communication services and speed up their network to support events and circumstances. The basic strength behind the WiMAX Technology applications are high bandwidth, high quality services, deployment versus cables in remote areas.
The Internet of Things (IoT)
IOT is an emerging paradigm that enables the communication between electronic devices and sensors through the internet in order to facilitate our lives. IoT use smart devices and internet to provide innovative solutions to various challenges and issues related to various business, governmental and public/private industries across the world.
Whether in the enterprise or consumer context, IoT starts with connectivity. There are millions cellular IoT devices, but that is just the beginning.
A wide range of new technologies are emerging that enable new value and capabilities for connecting the next new “thing” to a new generation of analytics and applications.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is the trend towards automation and data exchange while, the Fifth One It’s a fusion of advances in artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), quantum computing.