Notes from the June 19, 2014 Live Talks Los Angeles Business Forum (featuring top leaders in business, technology, culture and policy – watch for next year’s season!): Aneesh Chopra, the first Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. (appointed by President Obama), in a conversation with Peter Marx, the first Chief […]
Wireless technology and its support networks are far from mature and not fully understood: 911 emergency calls aren’t routed correctly and cell phone radiation concerns haven’t been completely addressed. These facts have hardly distracted anyone from the decade’s biggest ongoing electronic gadget competition, which has increased in intensity even during the economic downturn.
Future high-speed internet transmission demands require fiber-optic technology, not wireless towers.
Glendale, California should construct its own high-speed fiber-optic network for businesses and residents.