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Video from the Motorola Smart Home Event

It was extremely useful to be connected to the Motorola WiMAX network at tonight’s Smart Home event, but unfortunately, since no one’s popularized wireless power yet, my on-site blogging/tweeting was still limited. Here’s a short video after the fact. It’s 45 seconds of Motorola’s Dan Moloney welcoming folks to the event with an overlay of some quick clips showing WiMAX-enabled applications. At about the 20-second mark you’ll see streaming video on a handheld device (the OQO) and then the same IP video running on a large-screen TV – all over the WiMAX network. After that is an incongruous but cool clip showing remote automation of some window shades being manipulated from a handheld… using the WiMAX network. Enjoy.

5 Responses

  1. [...] it is to have a whole ecosystem of devices available to attract consumers. Last night at the Smart Home event, there were several third-party products operating off of the installed Motorola WiMAX access point [...]

  2. [...] following blog shows a live video of Mobile WiMAX using Motorola USB device and a CPE with WiMAX and [...]

  3. [...] have more thoughts from our WiMax World interviews next week. In the meantime, check out our friend Mari Sibley’s video from the fine party the Motorola folks threw Tuesday night at the Museum of Science and Industry. [...]

  4. [...] Until I return to regular posting, here are additional photos from last week’s WiMAX World event. There are floor shots, a photo of WiMAX CPE, Motorola’s common hardware platform that is configurable for both WiMAX and LTE, and the Motorola base station that was used for the WiMAX network in the Smart Home. [...]

  5. [...] of mobile broadband service to residents and businesses in Chicago. And, in Chicago, guests at Motorola’s event at the Smart Home were able to experience the live pre-commercial Xohm network. In addition to WiMAX infrastructure, [...]

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