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Context is king: Aruba founder talks about future of wireless

Jon Gold | March 11, 2016
Networks able to understand contextual clues will improve security, flexibility and provide broad new feature sets in the future, said Aruba founder and CTO Keerti Melkote in a keynote address from the company’s Atmosphere conference on Wednesday.

Melkote said, however, that it’s unlikely that users will tolerate a technology that interferes with Wi-Fi, so he’s confident that any successful LTE-U implementation will be relatively uncontroversial.

“I personally believe the market will take care of it, simply because I just don’t see the momentum of Wi-Fi slowing down,” he told Network World. “And if it is being slowed down by this, then it’s going to die.”


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