doc.: IEEE 802.11-04/1078r0 SubmissionBill Carney (Texas Instruments)Slide 2 WPA2 - Wi-Fi Protected Access™ 2 First version of WPA became mandatory for all Wi- Fi certifications in September 2003 –Two versions (same is true for WPA2): WPA Personal – for the home WPA Enterprise – for the enterprise WPA2 Certification initiated on September 1, 2004 –WPA2 = 802.11i features –18 month transition period until it becomes mandatory in all infrastructure and PC-centric products 37 products certified for WPA2 to date Wi-Fi Alliance, 6/28/04
doc.: IEEE 802.11-04/1078r0 SubmissionBill Carney (Texas Instruments)Slide 3 QoS Certification Next generation of Wi-Fi capable consumer electronics products need 802.11e QoS features to enable voice, video and other multimedia applications –A number of products expected to enter market 2H’04 In response, the Wi-Fi Alliance has taken a leadership position to assist in the orderly introduction of QoS features into the market by initiating the first phase of Multimedia interoperability certification in September 2004, based on a subset of features in 11e draft –Additional QoS features will be certifiable for interoperability in an additive manner, following completion of plugfests (i.e., HCCA, etc.…) and sufficient member product support of these features For launch, the Alliance has finalized a high-level, consumer-friendly brand name for certified QoS features
doc.: IEEE 802.11-04/1078r0 SubmissionBill Carney (Texas Instruments)Slide 4 Introducing WMM™ Wi-Fi Multimedia™ certification Improves user experience for audio, video and voice applications over a Wi-Fi® network. Prioritizes streams of “content” and optimizes the way the wireless network allocates bandwidth among applications Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ for WMM is based upon the draft IEEE 802.11e amendment WMM Certification program commenced on September 8, 2004
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