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At the end of 2013, there were more
mobile devices than people on earth.

SAP
Wi-Fi speeds have
increased significantly
with each release.
11a / 54Mbps / 1999
11n / 450Mbps / 2009
11ac-wave1 / 1.3Gbps...
Wi-Fi / mobile data consumption is 44% higher
on screens 4.5” and larger.

NPD
75% of people say 1
week without Wi-Fi would
leave them grumpier than
1 week without coffee.

Iconic Displays
Most businesses are planning
to increase Wi-Fi capacity by at
least 20% in 2014.
75% of the increase is to support
mobile ...
2/3 of enterprises
allow their employees
to bring their own
devices into the
enterprise today.

Infonetics
38% of 2-year-olds
use mobile devices.
Average age for first
cell phone is now 13.

Common Sense Media, SAP
Smartphone users
spend an average of
60 minutes a day.
iPhone users average
90 minutes a day.

Experian
Numerous US football stadiums support over
30,000 Wi-Fi connections in a single game.

Extreme Networks
A Wi-Fi attack on an open network
can take less than 2 seconds.

Extreme Networks
There were 1 billion new
smartphones shipped in 2013.
IDC
There will be more than 7 billion
new Wi-Fi enabled devices
in the next 3 years.

Sys-Con
Wi-Fi has become the
medium of choice.
2/3 of US consumers prefer
Wi-Fi to Cellular.
Deloitte
The base version of 802.11 / Wi-Fi protocol was
released in 1997.
Wi-Fi Alliance
The Wi-Fi Alliance was founded in 1999.

Wi-Fi Alliance
11ac / Wave2 is set to
deliver multi-gig wireless
rates in less than 2 years.

Extreme Networks
We will need all the speed
and capacity we can get!
Half of all networking devices
will be mobile by 2015.
Infonetics
90% of all smartphones
are equipped with Wi-Fi
capabilities.
50% of PCs shipped in 2014 will be tablets.
93% of tablet owners will utilize Wi-Fi only.
Canlys, Deloitte
71% of all mobile
communications
flows over Wi-Fi.

Wi-Fi Alliance
Carriers are utilizing
Wi-Fi technology to
provide capacity not
available on cellular.
Wireless Broadband Association
22% of new carrier capacity
will come from Wi-Fi in 2014.
Wireless Broadband Association
By 2017, 60% of carrier network
traffic will be offloaded to Wi-Fi.
Wireless Broadband Association
90% of people move between
devices to accomplish a goal.
Reaching customers on-the-go is
more important than ever before.
...
Mobile users check their phone
150 times each day.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers’s
90% of people have a mobile
device in reach 100% of the time.

Pew Research Center
44% of people sleep with their
smartphone beside their bed.

SAP
80% of smartphone users
check their phone within
15 minutes of waking up.

IDC
79% of smartphone users
have their phone with
them for 22 hours a day.

IDC
67% of smartphone users
check for messages
without being notified.

Pew Research Center
29% of smartphone owners say
“they can’t live without it.”

Pew Research Center
90% of BYOD activities are
comprised of; email, calendar,
shopping, banking, and social.
Forbes
By the end of 2014, 25% of the US workforce will
HP
use a tablet for primary computing.
Organizations predict
the percentage of BYO
desktops and laptops will
grow from 18% to 25%.

Citrix Mobility Report
By 2017, 50% of businesses
will not supply employee
computing devices.

Gartner
69% of polled companies
experience no technical
or support problems after
implementing BYOD.

Deloitte
80% of businesses do not provide
education/training on BYOD.
60% of businesses are
without a written
BYOD policy.

Acronis
More than half of all
open Wi-Fi networks are
susceptible to abuse.

Purple Wi-Fi
80% of the global smartphone
market operating system is Android.
79% of all Smartphone malware is
in Android Apps.

Trend ...
94% of tablets
in the education
market are iPads.

Apple
Only 39% of schools in
the US have Wi-Fi access.

National Center for Education Statistics
Up to 70% of consumers in-store
have a Wi-Fi capable device
in their pocket.

Retail Touch Points
50% of consumers feel comfortable
making a large purchase in-store if
Wi-Fi access is available.

Accenture
Next generation Wi-Fi on Flights will
provide 10x speeds compared to
today. It will be rolled out in 2014.

GoGo
64% of hotels now offer free Wi-Fi.

Hotel Chatter
94% of people cite Wi-Fi as
the most important amenity.

Hotel Chatter
38% of those say no
Wi-Fi is a deal-breaker
and will book elsewhere.

Hotel Chatter
60% of people can’t
go without Wi-Fi for
more than 1 day.

Iconic Displays
More than 2.7 billion people
used the Internet in 2013.
That’s more than half the
world’s population.

StateTech
By 2020, it is predicted that 24 Billion
devices will be connected to the Internet.
The vast majority will
use some form o...
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  1. 1. At the end of 2013, there were more mobile devices than people on earth. SAP
  2. 2. Wi-Fi speeds have increased significantly with each release. 11a / 54Mbps / 1999 11n / 450Mbps / 2009 11ac-wave1 / 1.3Gbps / 2012
  3. 3. Wi-Fi / mobile data consumption is 44% higher on screens 4.5” and larger. NPD
  4. 4. 75% of people say 1 week without Wi-Fi would leave them grumpier than 1 week without coffee. Iconic Displays
  5. 5. Most businesses are planning to increase Wi-Fi capacity by at least 20% in 2014. 75% of the increase is to support mobile devices and BYOD users. Infonetics, HP
  6. 6. 2/3 of enterprises allow their employees to bring their own devices into the enterprise today. Infonetics
  7. 7. 38% of 2-year-olds use mobile devices. Average age for first cell phone is now 13. Common Sense Media, SAP
  8. 8. Smartphone users spend an average of 60 minutes a day. iPhone users average 90 minutes a day. Experian
  9. 9. Numerous US football stadiums support over 30,000 Wi-Fi connections in a single game. Extreme Networks
  10. 10. A Wi-Fi attack on an open network can take less than 2 seconds. Extreme Networks
  11. 11. There were 1 billion new smartphones shipped in 2013. IDC
  12. 12. There will be more than 7 billion new Wi-Fi enabled devices in the next 3 years. Sys-Con
  13. 13. Wi-Fi has become the medium of choice. 2/3 of US consumers prefer Wi-Fi to Cellular. Deloitte
  14. 14. The base version of 802.11 / Wi-Fi protocol was released in 1997. Wi-Fi Alliance
  15. 15. The Wi-Fi Alliance was founded in 1999. Wi-Fi Alliance
  16. 16. 11ac / Wave2 is set to deliver multi-gig wireless rates in less than 2 years. Extreme Networks
  17. 17. We will need all the speed and capacity we can get! Half of all networking devices will be mobile by 2015. Infonetics
  18. 18. 90% of all smartphones are equipped with Wi-Fi capabilities.
  19. 19. 50% of PCs shipped in 2014 will be tablets. 93% of tablet owners will utilize Wi-Fi only. Canlys, Deloitte
  20. 20. 71% of all mobile communications flows over Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi Alliance
  21. 21. Carriers are utilizing Wi-Fi technology to provide capacity not available on cellular. Wireless Broadband Association
  22. 22. 22% of new carrier capacity will come from Wi-Fi in 2014. Wireless Broadband Association
  23. 23. By 2017, 60% of carrier network traffic will be offloaded to Wi-Fi. Wireless Broadband Association
  24. 24. 90% of people move between devices to accomplish a goal. Reaching customers on-the-go is more important than ever before. Google Think Insights
  25. 25. Mobile users check their phone 150 times each day. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers’s
  26. 26. 90% of people have a mobile device in reach 100% of the time. Pew Research Center
  27. 27. 44% of people sleep with their smartphone beside their bed. SAP
  28. 28. 80% of smartphone users check their phone within 15 minutes of waking up. IDC
  29. 29. 79% of smartphone users have their phone with them for 22 hours a day. IDC
  30. 30. 67% of smartphone users check for messages without being notified. Pew Research Center
  31. 31. 29% of smartphone owners say “they can’t live without it.” Pew Research Center
  32. 32. 90% of BYOD activities are comprised of; email, calendar, shopping, banking, and social. Forbes
  33. 33. By the end of 2014, 25% of the US workforce will HP use a tablet for primary computing.
  34. 34. Organizations predict the percentage of BYO desktops and laptops will grow from 18% to 25%. Citrix Mobility Report
  35. 35. By 2017, 50% of businesses will not supply employee computing devices. Gartner
  36. 36. 69% of polled companies experience no technical or support problems after implementing BYOD. Deloitte
  37. 37. 80% of businesses do not provide education/training on BYOD. 60% of businesses are without a written BYOD policy. Acronis
  38. 38. More than half of all open Wi-Fi networks are susceptible to abuse. Purple Wi-Fi
  39. 39. 80% of the global smartphone market operating system is Android. 79% of all Smartphone malware is in Android Apps. Trend Micro
  40. 40. 94% of tablets in the education market are iPads. Apple
  41. 41. Only 39% of schools in the US have Wi-Fi access. National Center for Education Statistics
  42. 42. Up to 70% of consumers in-store have a Wi-Fi capable device in their pocket. Retail Touch Points
  43. 43. 50% of consumers feel comfortable making a large purchase in-store if Wi-Fi access is available. Accenture
  44. 44. Next generation Wi-Fi on Flights will provide 10x speeds compared to today. It will be rolled out in 2014. GoGo
  45. 45. 64% of hotels now offer free Wi-Fi. Hotel Chatter
  46. 46. 94% of people cite Wi-Fi as the most important amenity. Hotel Chatter
  47. 47. 38% of those say no Wi-Fi is a deal-breaker and will book elsewhere. Hotel Chatter
  48. 48. 60% of people can’t go without Wi-Fi for more than 1 day. Iconic Displays
  49. 49. More than 2.7 billion people used the Internet in 2013. That’s more than half the world’s population. StateTech
  50. 50. By 2020, it is predicted that 24 Billion devices will be connected to the Internet. The vast majority will use some form of wireless for access. Gigaom
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