XXXII Simpósio Brasileiro de
Redes de Computadores e Sistemas Distribuídos

Florianópolis, 5 a 9 de Maio de 2014
Carlos Cordeiro


Palestrante: Dr. Carlos Cordeiro, Intel Corporation

Título: Next-generation Wi-Fi: An Overview

Resumo:
Driven by the ever-increasing user connectivity demands, emerging and future generations of Wi-Fi, such as Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac and WiGig CERTIFIED™, will be capable of achieving multiple gigabits per second speeds and be used to do everything from simple web browsing and peer-to-peer sharing, to multimedia streaming, real-time teleconferencing, cable replacement, and wireless docking, to name a few. Coupled with the recent introduction of Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Passpoint, users can further enjoy seamless and secure connectivity when roaming between cellular and Wi-Fi and between Wi-Fi networks. In this talk, we will review the state-of-the-art and the future directions of Wi-Fi technologies including Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac, WiGig CERTIFIED™, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Miracast, to name a few. Additionally, since the core wireless technology underlying Wi-Fi is the IEEE 802.11 standard, we will also discuss the recent developments in the IEEE 802.11 standardization such as 802.11ac, 802.11ad, 802.11ah, and the newly formed high efficiency Wi-Fi (HEW). We conclude by providing unique insights into the emerging and novel applications and services of next generation Wi-Fi.

Curriculum:
Dr. Carlos Cordeiro is a Principal Engineer in the Mobile and Communications Group within Intel Corporation, USA. He is the technical lead for all of Intel’s Wi-Fi programs as well as technology development in the area of multi-Gbps wireless systems using millimeter frequencies. In the Wi-Fi Alliance, Dr. Cordeiro is a member of the Wi-Fi Alliance Board of Directors and serves as the Wi-Fi Alliance Technical Advisor, in addition to chairing the technical task group on 60 GHz. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and was the technical editor to both the IEEE 802.11ad standard and the Wireless Gigabit Alliance MAC/PHY specification. Due to his contributions to wireless communications, he received several awards including the prestigious Global Telecom Business 40 under 40 in 2012 and 2013, the IEEE Outstanding Engineer Award in 2011, and the IEEE New Face of Engineering Award in 2007. He is the co-author of two textbooks on wireless published in March/2006 and March/2011, has published about 100 papers in the wireless area alone, and holds over 30 patents. He has served as Editor of various journals including the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, the IEEE Communications Magazine, the IEEE Wireless Communication Letters and the ACM Mobile Computing and Communications Review journal.