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Wi-Fi® spectrum in Europe: What’s next for 6 GHz?

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Watch or listen to the virtual roundtable

 

Europe is on a quest to become a gigabit society, and there is strong momentum behind opening the 5925-6425 MHz (lower-6 GHz) band for Wi-Fi® use to support anticipated gigabit connectivity use cases. The growing connectivity needs, coupled with emphasis on Wi-Fi’s critical role in providing connectivity during the COVID-19 pandemic – supporting essential activities such as remote work, healthcare, and education – puts even more pressure on European regulators to expand spectrum access to support growing demand for Wi-Fi to enable unlicensed access in the 6 GHz band.

 

The Wi-Fi Alliance® hosted a virtual roundtable with Andreas Geiss, Head of Unit for Radio Spectrum Policy at the European Commission, to discuss the state of regulating Wi-Fi spectrum in Europe, with participation from Broadcom, LANCOM, and Wi-Fi Alliance.

 

Special Guest

Andreas Geiss

Andreas Geiss
Head of Unit for Radio, Spectrum Policy in DG CONNECT of the European Commission

 

Moderator

Monica Paolini, Principal, Senza Fili

Monica Paolini
Principal, Senza Fili

 

Host

Alex Roytblat

Alex Roytblat
VP of Worldwide Regulatory Affairs, Wi-Fi Alliance

 

Participants

Jan Buis, VP

Jan Buis
VP of Business Development, LANCOM

 

Chris Szymanski

Chris Szymanski
Director of Product Marketing and Government Affairs, Broadcom

 

 

Hosted by Wi-Fi Alliance®

 

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For updates on the European Commission’s Wi-Fi4EU initiative, go here and here

For more information on Wi-Fi, check out the Wi-Fi Alliance website

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