Artemis pCell technology is a new approach to wireless that delivers a fiber-class mobile experience to all LTE users, regardless of how densely packed they are, by synthesizing a tiny personal cell for each user. Even in a packed stadium, each user concurrently gets the full capacity of the spectrum. With existing cellular systems, cell towers transmit signals that form large, shared cells that carefully avoid interfering with each other. pCell turns the problem inside out: Small "pWave" radios transmit signals that deliberately interfere with each other, combining to synthesize tiny pCells, each just 1 cm in size. As a result, pCell not only eliminates wireless congestion, it dramatically increases the capacity and reliability of wireless, creating ubiquitous broadband connectivity for standard LTE devices using existing LTE spectrum.
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About the speaker:
Steve Perlman, Artemis Founder & CEO, is an entrepreneur and inventor devoted to pioneering Internet, entertainment, multimedia, consumer electronics and communications technologies and services. He has 30 years of technology development experience, 25 years of start-up experience, and has been an Apple Principal Scientist and Microsoft Division President. He has a track record of pioneering breakthrough technologies and shaping them into media-rich, mass-market products and services. Steve's technology work, including the invention of QuickTime, is built into every iPad, iPhone, iPod, Mac, most PCs, and a wide range of video and communication products and services offered by Samsung, Sony, Microsoft, Cisco, Motorola, Panasonic, AT&T, Comcast, DirecTV, Dish, Time Warner Cable, Charter Cable, Philips, RCA, Mitsubishi, Fujitsu and Sega. Products include QuickTime, Macintosh graphics and video, WebTV, the Moxi Media Center, MOVA Contour Facial Capture, and OnLive Cloud Gaming. Steve's production companies' work includes facial capture for Gravity (2013), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2011) and Academy AwardŽ-winning The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008), as well as art/production design for Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis for major motion pictures War of the Worlds (2005), Monster House (2006) and Beowulf (2007); and HD video/audio editorial work for Santana, Electronic Arts and independent film. Steve holds over 135 US patents in an array of communications, video, graphics, facial capture, video gaming, software lens, and wireless power technologies.