While most people are aware of WiFi technology and it’s growth, fewer are aware of the growing amount of unlicensed bandwidth available around the world and the migration to an end to end IP architecture in wireless networks . Both of these trends along with wireless routing technology are significantly driving down the cost of delivering a wireless data bit which is needed for truly ubiquitous wireless broadband data. Read More »
Time to Call Myself on Some PredictionsAbout 3 years ago, I made some predictions about how the Enterprise Wireless Market was going to shape up.In the spirit of reflective self-improvement (and more, venally, self-promotion), I thought it would be worth giving myself a report cardHere is the link to the original blog http://wirelessinnovator.com/index.php?articleID=1639§ionID=3Here is the opening thoughts and the predicitons Read More »
Gone are the former days of glory for the once flagship networking tradeshow, Interop. Still, having spent the day working the floor yesterday I was pleased to see that a healthy enterprise interest still exists. Of course most of my discussions were with existing Cisco customers, but at least the show is serving as a conduit for sharing the latest on our product strategy. Read More »
Back from a week in the Big AppleEVERYONE is talking mesh. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/04/28/nyregion/28suffolk.html?ex=1303876800&en=271ed305703d26d7&ei=5088&partner=rssnyt&emc=rssThen there is the wireless security initiative in Westchester County.http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/internet/04/21/wireless.security.ap/“The more things are forbidden, the more popular they become”Mark Twain -- Notebooks 1895: No stopping mobility.
What the heck is a BER? A long time ago I was in a group interview for a candidate ASIC engineer. Generally these are *really* interesting interviews since there is often logic questions asked, design questions, plus normal interview questions. The candidate was an absolute powerhouse -- he nailed every question without breaking a sweat. Out of the blue a guy that I worked with asked a question about how do you compensate for photons affecting bits as they go through the ASIC. Read More »