Sampath Perera (centre), general manager of techenture consulting, explains the cross-platform capabilities of the Microsoft Lync software yesterday in Phnom Penh. Photograph: Phnom Penh Post A technology called “Super Wi-Fi” that uses the frequency spectrum between television channels called “white spaces” could be a game-changing force in how people connect to the internet, especially in places like Cambodia.
The technology, which requires specialised equipment costing about US$2,000 for a base station would enable a fibre-optic line to connect with an antenna and create internet connectivity for users to connect wirelessly up to 20 kilometres away.The Super Wi-Fi technology was one of the many topics discussed at Microsoft Technology Day at Hotel Cambodiana yesterday by Microsoft Senior Regional Business
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Microsoft’s Super Wi-Fi could change game