I can’t say that this video from Intel looks very innovative since all the technology for it is available today. However, what particularly appeals to me is the ease in which all the devices are synced. All wires are removed and everything can be controlled by voice. This brings up the question of what network this technology will be running on? Will it be a single provider network like that of the iPhone or will it be able to connect to any available network, including wifi. One of the primary problems I find with mobile technologies is that I live in a rural area where we don’t have great cell phone coverage and absolutely no free wifi networks. That’s why I am working on a project to build a free wifi network in our village. By using Meraki devices, the total cost of building the network would come to about $2,700. This, as well as the constant cost of a connection, could be financed through the payments of a new cell phone tower that a provider wants to build. By using the two together, we can ensure that our town doesn’t fall into the cracks of the past. With the advanced mobile technology of today, you can be both technologically advanced and environmentally sound.
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