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Co-founder—and now CEO—Tom Leighton plans data-prioritization trials with Ericsson and massive use of distributed devices for transmitting video.
Wireless networks are scrambling to feed the growing hunger for mobile data and downloads.
Video calling or movie apps could receive extra bandwidth—for a price, of course.
Miniature cell-phone towers can improve patchy coverage and provide super-fast data speeds.
A trial system offers calling, texting, and data by weaving signals around the chatter of baby monitors and cordless phones.
Computer scientists are visualizing the world’s most gigantic datasets without graphics clusters.
Cheap, high-performing detectors could boost Internet bandwidth and speed up computers.
Pakistani scientists have a way to boost download speeds.
A data compression scheme could leave Internet phone calls vulnerable to eavesdroppers.
The most notorious promoter of the 1990s telecom boom has been proved right.