Hotspot 2.0

Hotspot 2.0 or the Wi-Fi Certified Passpoint, is an initiative by Wi-Fi Alliance that aims to enable mobile users to enjoy seamless WiFi roaming, automatically and securely, based on the 802.11u standard. The 802.11u standard promises cellular-like roaming, automatically performing network discovery, registration, provisioning, and access processes.

The technology allows user devices to detect a Wi-Fi hotspot and connect to the network seamlessly allowing users to switch from cellular to WiFi and vice-versa without their intervention.

 

 

Get cited by The Fast Mode Wiki! Send in your definition for this term. Just email us and remember to include your name and your LinkedIn/Xing/Viadeo or any other profile link, unless you want to keep it anonymous. 

THE EDITOR'S DESK

UPCOMING EVENTS

Artelligence 2019

Network Virtualization and SDN Asia

Network Virtualization & SDN Americas

Mobile 360 Digital Societies 2019

TADSummit 2019

MWC Los Angeles 2019

The Digitrans Forum 2019

Mobile 360 Eurasia 2019

ON TWITTER

ON FACEBOOK