In 1999, several industry leaders came together to form a global, non-profit organization with the goal of driving the adoption of a single worldwide-accepted standard for high-speed wireless local area networking. That organization is known as the Wi-Fi Alliance and currentlyconsist of more than 300 membersandgrowing.
As Wi-Fi networks continue to pop up throughout worldwide businesses, homes, and public hotspots that provide wireless connectivity for people on the go, compatibility is critical. The Wi-Fi Alliance develops universal specifications and testing in order to provide Wi-Fi certification of wireless devices. The end result leads to the confidence that both home and enterprise users look for in order to continue to embrace Wi-Fi.
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