Wednesday, June 05, 2013
Gigabit-Per-Second Wireless Tested in New York | MIT Technology Review: "Samsung says its new transceiver can send and receive data at speeds of more than a gigabit per second over up to two kilometers—and it could deliver tens of gigabits per second at shorter distances. This compares to about 75 megabits per second for the latest standard, known as 4G LTE. The Samsung technology relies on 28-gigahertz frequencies, which can carry commensurately more data but can be blocked by buildings, people, foliage, and even rainfall."
Looks nice :)
Keynote Presentation | TechEd North America 2013 | Channel 9
A nice car... a bit over-the-top Microsoft marketing.