Amazon tried out ‘transformative’ new wireless network for future products

Amazon tried out ‘transformative’ new wireless network for future products

Earlier this year, Amazon took part in a test of a new wireless service at three of its Lab126 offices in California. Amazon doesn’t seem to be interested in launching the network itself, but instead was likely testing the network to see how it could work for its own future products. The tests were conducted by the Jarvinian Wireless Innovation Fund on spectrum owned by Globalstar — the latter of which is best known for its Spot branded satellite phones. Globalstar has been pushing to get its spectrum holdings approved for terrestrial use so it can launch a “Terrestrial Low Power Service” (TLPS) that it claims offers faster than Wi-Fi speeds.

More:
Amazon tried out ‘transformative’ new wireless network for future products

TwitterFacebookStumbleUponLinkedInTumblrShare

Comments are closed.

Ads
SEO Powered by Platinum SEO from Techblissonline