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AirLive: What’s in store for 2010? January 22, 2010

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2009 had been significant for the networking industry. 802.11n was finally ratified, economy was recovering and more countries are de-licensing the 5GHz spectrum.  So what does 2010 holds for AirLive?

For a start, we have a new technology blog where we will share our concepts, ideas, product information and case studies with you. This is also the year where AirLive turns green with more online activities as we do our part to reduce carbon footprint, preserve resources and most importantly, bringing information timely to you at the comfort of your home.

Technologies and products wise, there will also be major changes.  Smartphone’s like iPhone and Blackberry are pushing the price of 3G Internet connection down.  We see this as a business opportunity for 3G routers as users begin to look for way to share their 3G Internet connection.

For outdoor wireless connectivity, you can expect the demand for high power wireless products such as our very own AirMax5 continue to grow.  High power wireless device allows a longer and wider coverage and this will reduce operator’s installation cost.

Another area where we can expect to see major changes is in the area of Networking Surveillance.  H.264 is now the mainstream video compression technique, together with new megapixel lens and more unique functions, this year might just be the year where IP Cameras will pose a major challenge to traditional CCTV cameras.

Well, it looks like we will have an exciting year ahead, so stay tune to this blog for more discussion as we integrate life with technologies.

Contact: William Ko
Email: marketing@airlive.com

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