End User Wi-Fi
Facts & Figures

In 2017, almost 327 million U.S. households had fixed broadband internet access, the most popular way of accessing the internet in the United States.

76% of North American broadband households use Wi-Fi as their primary connected technology.

60% of U.S. broadband households with a networking router received that device from their broadband service provider.

Annual sales of all connected home devices will increase to 442 million units by 2020.

Of the 83% of americans who use the internet, at least occasionally using a smartphone, tablet or other device – 89% go online daily and 31% go online almost constantly.

As such, it’s not a stretch to realize that 37% of U.S. broadband households report that their Wi-Fi network seems slow.

The Problem
for Cable and Telco Operators

Operators today all offer some sort of WI-FI hardware, either a combined device (modem + Wi-Fi router + phone), or separate devices for Wi-Fi and Internet/phone.

Forced to compete with each other, operators need a quick and affordable process to ensure consistent WI-FI performance in customer’s Wi-Fi centric homes.

Broadband operators must “requalify” their own devices as they are recycled from one customer to the next to ensure they’re working properly.

Test facilities for Wi-Fi have some of the densest WI-FI signals, due to the sheer number of devices under test.

A shielded Wi-Fi environment is critical to accurate testing and recertification.


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End User Wi-Fi: Facts and Figures