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RitchBlasi
RitchBlasi
10/23/2013 | 12:17:27 PM
Soft solution
This is an interesting concept and one that sounds like it could help in the rise of the air agnostic network. If I were these guys I would also think about meeting with mobile devices folks as well as companies like Netflix.
sineira
sineira
10/23/2013 | 11:57:18 AM
Re: Whacky
If we look at WiFi from a more practical side we see that:
- It is a battery drain like no other
- WiFi coverage is not even spotty
- The characterisrics of WiFi makes it almost impossible to use unless you are very stationary

A rules set based selection as a great invention actually solving something?
I just don't buy it.
Sarah Thomas
Sarah Thomas
10/23/2013 | 10:30:29 AM
Re: Whacky
Yeah, it's certainly an interesting approach. I'm still trying to wrap my head around exactly how it works. They weren't too forthcoming as it's the heavily patented part of their approach. If handoff is already tricky on 3G/4G to LTE, I wonder how it works on a blended network.
DanJones
DanJones
10/23/2013 | 10:27:55 AM
Whacky
So the alogo is pushing/pulling data from the WiFi radio and the cell radio and mixing it? Must be choosing to use WiFi for the heavy lifting, 3G/4G for the signaling load maybe? I would think the sync issues must be one of the issues they'd have to tackle.
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