Gateways to Possibility: New Advancements for Wireless Networking
Session 37

Date: Wednesday May 18, 2016    Time: 10:45am-11:45am
Location: Room 157

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Session Description

The convergence of wireline and wireless networks is powering bold new capabilities in everything from home Wi-Fi to cellular backhaul, with important implications for content delivery, in-home device usage and the economics of mobile networking. Here, peer-selected authors share fresh insights and new approaches for optimizing, modernizing and capitalizing on the linkage between wireline broadband and the wireless domain.

Learn about:

  • optimizing for improved SSID priority
  • using time, frequency and space effectively in shared use spectrum
  • modernizing in-home Wi-Fi for video
  • virtualization of the home gateway
  • supporting small cells using packet-based metro architectures
  • replacing legacy analog optical transport with 10 Gb or Nx10 Gb Ethernet