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World Cinema's new paper: How will Wi-Fi 7 change the connection between hotels, MDUs and campus networks?
Some experts said that Wi-Fi 6E has arrived, while Wi-Fi 7 may be less than 6 months away from us. How will Wi-Fi 7 change the connection between hotels, MDUs and campus networks? One of the largest hosting service providers in North America has studied this problem in a new paper: "Modern life needs transformative WiFi: achieving technological revolution through 6 GHz and WiFi 7"
The first batch of Wi-Fi 7 end-user devices may be available in less than six months, and Wi-Fi 7 technology is expected to become another huge leap in connectivity performance. The features of the new standard include wider frequency band, higher order modulation, multi link operation for speed and redundancy, etc. But how will Wi-Fi 7 affect the connectivity between hotels and MDUs?
A new paper by World Cinema (WCI) and Hospitality WiFi explores this issue in depth. This issue is important because the solutions and services of hotels and multi residential units (MDUs) - one of the largest and most profitable Wi-Fi market segments - are at the forefront of the transformation of connectivity technologies.
World Cinema said in the paper: "We believe that the progress of WiFi 7 in spectrum and network intelligence will really change the way we use Wi-Fi in hotels and provide a better reason for upgrading infrastructure." The company also said that the Wi-Fi 7 provided by the community will become the industry standard for MDU and campus networks - and will also achieve intelligent building management.
At the same time, we strongly recommend that the owners get ready to build a backbone network based on optical fiber in their entire site. Otherwise, "owners who do not keep up with these developments will see the quality and capitalized value of their communities affected."