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Old May 2, 2011, 11:10 AM   #1
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Default Bridging and future of mobility work/play

While in its infancy, the PlayBook Bridge provides some advantages, particularly in enterprises with an investment in BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES). To consumers, there is value in the shared browser, basically enabling tethering without an additional fee. What I’d like to take a look at are some future bridging capabilities I believe could benefit the consumer even more.

What Is Bridging?

Simply put, bridging is peer-to-peer communication between electronic devices. Devices can connect today, but require networking protocols and hardware that add complexity and latency. If you haven’t read my blog on the PlayBook Bridge, this shows a bridging implementation today between the PlayBook tablet and a BlackBerry smartphone. In the future, data sets will be larger, but so will the wireless pipes that connect the data. New generations peer to peer or PAN technologies of WiFi, WiGig, and Bluetooth will make the fast, wireless transfer of data even quicker and with less latency versus a LAN or WAN.


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