Operators are embracing Wi-Fi offloading but not all solutions are equal

The buzzword these days is carrier-grade Wi-Fi--the ability for a network operator to essentially treat Wi-Fi as another element of the mobile network with the ability to gain visibility into the Wi-Fi network and apply the same management functionality such as authentication that is used into mobile networks today. Vendors of all types are gearing up for carrier-grade Wi-Fi but many of them are still amassing the pieces. Getting the right solution is a challenge for operators and vendors. Special feature

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