Displaying items by tag: steve Perlman

When Steve Perlman first introduced pCell technology to the world, using interference to deliver a precise cell of coverage to every connected device in a given area, it was a genuine breakthrough that was ridiculed - but Artemis Networks has just switched on its network at the SAP Center in San Jose with results that are undeniable.

Published in Guest Interviews

When Steve Perlman first introduced pCell technology to the world, using interference to deliver a precise cell of coverage to every connected device in a given area, it was a genuine breakthrough that was ridiculed - but Artemis Networks has just switched on its network at the SAP Center in San Jose with results that are undeniable.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Although plenty of 5G predictions, announcements, trials, working groups and more have been made, and we will see the tech used at major sporting events, it’s still two to three years away according to AT&T.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Nokia and Artemis have signed an MoU to ‘collaborate in the prototyping and trialling of Artemis pCell wireless technology’ in 2016 with wireless operators.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Telstra’s outgoing CEO, David Thodey says Telstra must take risks to win, but if it’s in the pocket of Ericsson, does that rule out pCells?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Telstra loves to launch the fastest first, so I wonder if Telstra’s new CEO, Andrew Penn, is interested in 35x LTE spectral efficiency from Artemis Networks?

Published in Wi-Fi
Saturday, 30 July 2011 22:06

DIDO to make fibre NBN a DODO?

While the Australian Government extols the virtues of its $36 billion plus fibre optic based National Broadband Network project, a new sunrise wireless technology has just been unveiled that threatens to make the massively expensive fixed line fibre network obsolete before its rollout is even completed.

Published in Networking

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