The proliferation of Wi-Fi into homes, enterprises and public places has completely transformed our connected lifestyles. Now this ever-increasing demand for data is resulting in extremely dense and dynamic usage scenarios – while consumers continue to expect fast, simple and seamless connectivity everywhere. To adapt to this transforming landscape and meet consumer expectations, Wi-Fi industry has to break from a singular focus on increasing peak speeds, and work toward significantly increasing network capacity. Doing so will enable the next generation of Wi-Fi networks to serve large number of users, support many varied applications, expand the coverage and more.

In this webinar, learn more about the innovations that 802.11ax is bringing to address these challenges and what are the key technologies needed for success in the evolution to 802.11ax.

Featured Speakers:


Prakash Sangam
Director, Technical Marketing
Qualcomm Technologies Inc.

Prakash Sangam has over 20 years of experience in deploying, optimizing and marketing wireless technologies. He is currently part of Qualcomm’s Technical Marketing group, where he is focused on wireless evolution. A prolific writer and blogger, he regularly contributes articles to Qualcomm’s  OnQ™ blog. Sangam joined Qualcomm in 1998. Sangam holds a Bachelor’s of Engineering in electronics and communications from Karnatak University in India and a Masters of Business Administration from San Diego State University.


Shravan Surineni
Director, Product Management
Qualcomm Technologies Inc.

Shravan Surineni is responsible for Wi-Fi technology roadmap and commercialization for Infrastructure and Networking Connectivity Business Unit (WIN) and manages Emerging Business for Connected Home Solutions group (CHS) within WIN. His current responsibilities includes 11ax product roadmap and driving 11ax commercialization. Shravan has over 12 years of experience at Qualcomm in Product Management and Engineering. Shravan is an inventor on 13 issued patents and has an Electrical Engineering from University of New Hampshire, and an M.S. in Management and Engineering from MIT Sloan School of Management and School of Engineering.