Now that Ericsson has closed down development and manufacturing of WiMAX products, it is becoming clearer that WiMAX and 4G will never be one in the same thing. LTE is still the leading contender for dominance but even having a share of the pie is an accomplishment for WiMAX.

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Now that Ericsson has closed down development and manufacturing of WiMAX products, it is becoming clearer that WiMAX and 4G will never be one in the same thing. LTE is still the leading contender for dominance but even having a share of the pie is an accomplishment for WiMAX.

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Now that Ericsson has closed down development and manufacturing of WiMAX products, it is becoming clearer that WiMAX and 4G will never be one in the same thing. LTE is still the leading contender for dominance but even having a share of the pie is an accomplishment for WiMAX.

My father is a mechanical engineer who designs machines to form paper and styrofoam cups. About ten years ago, Ben and Jerry's came to him with a mandate: make us an ice cream container that will decay in just a few years. The materials and engineering issues were tough, as the ice cream still had to stay put, but the end product was a cheaper to produce package than the one Ben and Jerry's had been using!

If it's true that it takes more raw materials to make more pollution, then disposable electronics should be cheaper to manufacture too.

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Jack Ganssle: Al Gore was eloquent, relaxed and self-deprecating in a way few who watched his stiff performance in the 2000 election could believe. I was expecting some vocal dissent but the crowd was enthusiastic–is this because we were in California? He gave his usual global warming spiel and tried to frame parts of the message in terms of embedded computing, which was the only time he fumbled a bit.

In his book Earth in the Balance” he identified three potential disasters: overpopulation, global warming, and ozone depletion. At the conference Gore noted that via the Montreal Protocol an international consensus on ozone resulted in the banning of CFCs. Businessmen screamed, engineers said OK, let's invent an alternative.” Gore told us the result was that the CFC companies made gobs of money selling new ozone-safe alternatives. I wonder if that's the history of modern technology. Seat belts were going to put the automakers out of business. So were catalytic converters. Air pollution was too expensive to clean up. Remember LA in the 70s? The air was so bad it looked foggy. Today that's just a bad memory.

Gore suggested that mitigating global warming will be similar. I wished he were a bit more emphatic about it. In my opinion these sorts of gigantic problems are exciting engineering challenges that will create vast amounts of wealth. And so many of them are interlinked: using oil creates CO2 . But if we can invent cleaner alternatives (solar, nuke, wind, and The Next Great Thing, whatever that may be) the CO2 goes away and we won't have to rely on shaky supplies provided by tinpot dictators. That's important for our national security, for cleaning the planet, and, in the best traditions of capitalism, will make money at the same time.

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Gore is right about embedded computing and the environment. Smart computing will be an essential part of any effort to effect change. A fleck of silicon, running clever algorithms (Al Gore ithms”?), will save shiploads of oil.

Change is hard, but stasis is death. I came away from his speech pumped and excited about the possibilities.

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Dan Saks: Gore knew he was a non-techie talking to techies, and he respected that. He was careful not to overstep his knowledge. When he did venture into technical topics, and did so competently. I can't think of any other (U.S.) politician (or recovering politician, as he describes himself) who's as technically savvy as he is.

Bill Gatliff: That means you're saying, one, you're surprised how technically savvy he is and, two, public policy needs to become more tech savvy.

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