To quote myself:
This is not what interoperability looks like to those both supplying and wanting to use wireless. As we move into the Internet of Things, these discrepancies will become the stuff of nightmares as device counts climb.
So how do we fix the fragmented landscape of modern wireless? Given its deeply rooted strategic goal to both shape industry and promote responsible evolution of wireless, it makes sense that the Wi-Fi Alliance should take up these problems and offer a meaningful, forward-looking strategy.
See the rest of my article at Network Computing.
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