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Kyle Russell, BI, Dish Network Is Partnering With This Startup To make Cell Phone Internet 1,000 Times Faster Than 4G, here.

In today’s world, there’s one area of technology that can almost never be fast enough: the wireless networks that power our mobile devices.
Founded in 2011, Artemis is a startup working on pCell, a new wireless standard that it thinks could leapfrog 4G and LTE altogether. Last month, we wrote a guide explaining everything you need to know about how it works.

It’s not easy for a 10-person startup to roll out a cellular service using a new kind of radio technology. That’s why Artemis announced in recent demonstrations that it had found a partner in the wireless space that would help it deploy the technology in a trial in San Francisco in the final quarter of 2014.

Steve Perlman, Artemis Networks, You Tube, 19Feb,  here. Uhoh, doesn’t look like HFT  had enough HF to work with. Roll out a bunch of pCells in the North Jersey malls and open up retail mobile HFT trading. It could work. That’s how you get the NY AG, Schwab, and Michael Lewis  on board. Probably you ditch the nerdy HFT name and substitute something humans can understand like Stay Free Trading, 1%Trading, or pTrading.  Give Joe and Suzy Sixpack a pCell phone to trade in the Mall and highlight the killer profitable trades they make each month. Hey you never know, but now you get more chances to realize your dreams.  Sweet. Don’t let them trade while driving though. Make them go to the Mall and park their car before they start winning trades. On the other hand if they have a Google car to drive them to the Mall and they are not driving they can print trades, alfresco. We could even make this work with that silly Michael Lewis Erlang HFT infrastructure.

Honey, I’m going to the Mall to make some money real quick TM.

On February 19th, 2014, Artemis CEO Steve Perlman performed a live, hands-on demonstration for the faculty and graduate students at Columbia University.

Artemis.com

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