In our last post, "How to Deliver Home-like Wi-Fi with Enterprise Level Network Control," we introduced readers to the basics of our Personal Pass Key experience and the mechanics behind it. In this post, we will dive into what makes the Personal Pass Key experience so revolutionary, especially for the multifamily industry.
First things first, there are many technical terms and acronyms out there that we’d like to help clarify. Here at Eleven, the solution that enables the revolutionary Wi-Fi experience we’ll be talking about in this blog series is called Personal Pass Key (PPK). Ruckus calls their solution Dynamic Pre-Shared Key (DPSK), Aruba has their Multi Pre-Shared Key (MPSK) solution, Cisco Meraki refers to it as Identity Pre-Shared Key (IPSK), and there are others.
As we embark on a new decade, we expect to see more innovation and advancement in the world of Wi-Fi, particularly in terms of enterprise connectivity. Looking forward, we have identified six predictions in Wi-Fi technology, markets, and themes for the year ahead.
This blog post was originally posted on October 26, 2018 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
The Wi-Fi Alliance® recently released specifications for release 3 (r3) of Hotspot 2.0. Primarily, this release focused on the Hotspot 2.0 profile’s interaction with networks and aims to streamline the user experience installing the profile. If you want to learn more about the basics of Hotspot 2.0, check out our previous blog post, How Hotspot 2.0 Streamlines Guest Wi-Fi Access.