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Mayo012014

14:53:28

Nyu Wireless And Straight Path Spectrum Team Up To Address Escalating Demand For Bandwidth











"We are happy to be working closely with Straight Path," said Professor Theodore (Ted) Rappaport , NYU WIRELESS director and founder. "Straight Path is dedicated to maximizing the value of the millimeter wave spectrum to help mobile network operators and Internet service providers provide the backhaul and, eventually, mobility that will be required for wireless networks of the future. I am confident that Straight Path will gain value by becoming part of the ecosystem at NYU WIRELESS, and it will bring a unique perspective to our center. Our students will benefit from the technological insights and experiences that Straight Path brings." Rappaport holds the David Lee/Ernst Weber Chair in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, as well as appointments at NYU's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and in the Department of Radiology at NYU Langone Medical Center. NYU WIRELESS includes more than 20 faculty and 100 graduate students and focuses on research and teaching in the fields of wireless communications systems, signals, and antennas at the millimeter wave frequency bands, as well as activities in the medical and computing areas. The center's research strives for results that will lead to more than a thousand-fold increase in the data capacity of mobile devices in the coming yearsparticularly good news because demand for capacity reportedly doubles annually due to steadily increasing levels of gaming, Web browsing, and music and video streaming on those devices. "Straight Path's national holdingsespecially in top marketsare important to the realization of a thousand-fold data capacity increase," Jonas added. "Ted Rappaport and the NYU WIRELESS researchers are developing the next generation of wireless technology.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.cnbc.com/id/101623667







Schools Hooked Up with Wireless Internet after Long Wait [The Times-News, Twin Falls, Idaho :: ]




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If their network meets specifications, they can possibly receive state funding for it, McGrath said. At Jerome High School, wireless equipment was installed in March. But district Superintendent Dale Layne said they're considering putting in their own system. It would work better because the high school would be on the same system as Jerome's other schools, he said, which already have wireless Internet. In Richfield, equipment was installed at least a month ago. The wireless is useable, but "the bandwidth is very minimal," Smith said. McGrath said it's not uncommon for districts to need more bandwidth than expected. The state will work with vendors to address those needs, she said. Smith said he's hoping wireless will be fully functional by mid-May.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/-schools-hooked-up-with-wireless-internet-after-long-/2014/04/28/7799221.htm







After state delay, wireless getting to schools - Washington Times






The service is covered under a $2.25 million a year state contract with Education Networks of America. More than 80 percent of Idahos public high schools are participating. Under the contract, the deadline to install equipment was March 15, but by February only about half the schools that signed up had had the HP servers UK equipment installed. McGrath says its not uncommon for districts to need more bandwidth than expected, and the state will work with vendors to address those needs. Richfield Superintendent Mike Smith compared his districts bandwidth situation to installing irrigation equipment on farmland. We have the pivot, but just dont have the water here yet, Smith said. Smith said hes hoping wireless will be fully functional by mid-May. The kindergarten through eighth-grade building already has wireless, which the school funds.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/apr/28/after-state-delay-wireless-getting-to-schools/




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