Category Archives: WFA

Wi-Fi Group Backs Brawnier Security Standard

The first products certified to support Wi-Fi Protected Access 2, the latest wireless security technology, were announced by the Wi-Fi Alliance on Wednesday. Via []Continue Reading

Wi-Fi Alliance Cracks Down On ‘Standards-plus’ Kit

The Wi-Fi Alliance is rather belatedly seeking to crack down on ‘standards-plus’ products that achieve extended speed or range through proprietary add-ons, yet still claim to be fully interoperable. The Alliance has threatened to remove its certification from any product that interferes with another Wi-Fi product. Via []Continue Reading

Interview With Frank Hanzlik, Managing Director Of Wi-Fi Alliance

The Wi-Fi Alliance selected Taiwan as its first stop when it kicked off its 2004 visit to the Asia-Pacific region on July 19. DigiTimes took the opportunity to interview Frank Hanzlik, managing director of the Wi-Fi Alliance, to talk about how Wi-Fi certification will strengthen the consumer electronics market. Via []Continue Reading

Wi-Fi Group Cracks Down On Incompatible Extensions

The Wi-Fi Alliance announced a new policy Monday to prevent proprietary extensions to wireless standards from breaking compatibility with other devices. Via []Continue Reading

Wi-Fi Alliance Designates TerraWave As Test Bed Source

TerraWave Solutions on Thursday announced that it has been selected by the Wi-Fi Alliance as an official test bed fulfillment source for wireless fidelity providers. Via []Continue Reading

Wi-Fi Group Intros Standards Support Stamp

The Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA) has introduced a colour-coded logo for WLAN products – the better, it claims, to help punters distinguish between different Wi-Fi technologies. Via []Continue Reading