Archive for May, 2015

  • I was on the phone last night with a colleague (who prefers to remain nameless) from the computer networking world. He’s both a scientist and an engineer I respect, so when the conversation turned to the future of wireless media and the wireless network in general - I grabbed a pen. We discussed the implications of next generation of wireless technologies as they are deployed around the world. The 5th generation of wireless represents a dramatic upgrade from the already impressive 4G networks of today. A 4G network can provide 100 Mbps (Megabits per-second) – plenty of bandwidth to download video, ...Read More »