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Technicolor grieves sale of WiFi Doctor, launches WiFi “band-aid” instead

What a week to work in the world of WiFi. It is testament to the effort of teams behind the scenes both at standards bodies and vendor R&D departments that the market is thriving in the face of alarmist 5G cries. Industry favorite Technicolor wasn’t to miss out on the party, rolling out a new whole home WiFi software called WiFi XL this week – a strange amalgamation of technologies from the extensive Technicolor portfolio which also lends a hand from the WiFi Alliance. WiFi XL says it solves crucial pain points in the connected home through the integration of EasyMesh software from the WiFi Alliance – guaranteeing QoS over time via advanced diagnostics and what it calls a “curing…

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