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The Second Wave of Wireless: MU-MIMO, More Data & Bigger Pipes

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The Second Wave of Wireless: MU-MIMO, More Data & Bigger Pipes

There have been some big changes around Wave 2 Wireless Technologies. Most of these were discussed out at Cisco Live, which I was lucky enough to attend. A new technology called MU-MIMO has been introduced. It means multiple user, multiple input, multiple output. MU-MIMO allows us to dynamically allocate space allowing multiple users to do multiple transitions and getting more data and more sessions moving at the same time. We're also soon going to have 2.3 gigabit/second threshold. We will be moving tons more data through the wireless space! This is going to require bigger pipes to backhaul all of this information. Check out my short video below where I discuss these topics in more detail!

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V65_vsdDtjA[/youtube]

Are you interested in learning more about the next wave of wireless technologies? Email us at socialmedia@greenpages.com

By Dan Allen, Architect

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