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It’s Showtime in Miami Beach with ITEXPO, 4GWE et. al,

January 30, 2011

I am heading down to Florida now getting ready for the events. I want to take a few moments and reflect on where we are. TMC is a good partner and our content has found a nice home with ITEXPO. We are providing thought leaders a venue to speak about energy, networks, machines, wireless and [...]

It’s not lunacy to work on Super WiFi

January 27, 2011

At the beginning of the discussion on open White Space a lot of interesting background noise was happening. Particularly exciting were the thoughts of Brough Turner , who speaks regularly at our 4G summit. Those of us who have been trending with the Internet have watched shifts in design take us to new paradigms of [...]

Open Letter to Congress (and Anyone Else)

January 27, 2011

Dear Senator/Congressman

As you are aware the role of the FCC and the goal of providing a National Broadband Policy is very much in question and requires you guidance.  We believe the old models need to be rethought and we have addressed the discussion in something we call Regulatory 2.0.

The Blue Bulb of Facebook.

January 4, 2011

With Goldman Sacks valuing Facebook at $50 B with the monies from a “Russian Investor”. I had to laugh. If the CIA had Google, why can’t the KGB have Facebook. Mind you that is just speculation, but as we have all seen the blue bulb of the Internet, I want to raise a caution flag. [...]

Who You Calling "Droid"

January 3, 2011

This week the eyes of the wireless world turn to CES to see what will be in hands and hearts for the next 6 months.  Of course we will also keep and eye on Cupertino.  However,  The Wall Street Journal has pointed out that Verizon is going to have an LTE phone announcement in Las Vegas this week (see ) As technologists we will be curious to see if this is UTRAN / VoLTE or something else.

I suspect it will keep the volce separate.