OnLive CEO reveals 'entirely new approach' to wireless, credits Rearden for toppling Shannon's Law

Engadget - "In advance, yes -- you're right, it's impossible. But nonetheless, we have ten radios all working at the same frequency, all at the Shannon limit... and there's no interference." You may not fully grok the significance of that statement, but anyone heavily involved in solving the wireless bandwidth crisis is probably dropjawed. For a little background, there's a perceived limit in wireless known as Shannon's Law, which largely explains why no one can watch a YouTube clip on their EVO at Michigan Stadium.

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Gondee1946d ago

If this is a legitimate concept, it could very well change wireless as we know it. I watched the whole video, and it seems that its just as fast as Wired connection. Meaning a light to the end of the last mile. =) Maybe companies will have less of a reason to bitch about bandwidth caps with local boxs moved out of the equation.