I discussed the upcoming release of Wi-Fi 7 in my latest ZKast with David Coleman, Director of Wireless at the Office of the CTO at Extreme Networks, which already has Wi-Fi 7 products in the works.

Coleman explained what’s new in the standard and how it compares to Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E, 5G, and private 5G. Highlights of the ZKast interview, done in conjunction with eWEEK eSPEAKS, are below.

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Inside the Wi-Fi 7 Standard: Growth and Business Importance

The year is coming to an end, which means the holidays are here — and for sports fans, it also means the NFL and college football playoffs are around the corner.

Football stadiums will turn into mini-cities holding tens of thousands of people, all of whom want to be hyperconnected as they cheer on their favorite teams. Through their mobile devices, they can share photos and video with their friends but also check on other scores, watch highlights and more, creating an integrated physical and digital experience.

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Football playoffs are upon us. Is the Wi-Fi ready?

This week Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, announced that the Chase Center, home of the seven-time National Basketball Association champions Golden State Warriors, is using its Wi-Fi 6E access points (APs) to deliver faster, better wireless connectivity.

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Chase Center Becomes First Sports Venue with Wi-Fi 6E

It’s a well known fact that there’s an overabundance of wireless devices in the U.S. hospital system. According to U.S. hospital data, there are on average 10 to 15 connected medical devices per patient and more than 350,000 Internet-connected devices in large hospitals.

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Wi-Fi 6E Is Critical to Healthcare Modernization