Airpath CEO-Media just doesn’t get it

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  1. It’s hard for a reporter to get to know every aspect of Wi-Fi (or any technology for that matter) because most reporters, like most people, are not engineers or physicists. We’re not all PhDs from MIT you know! And if a company fails to inform a reporter of the most important features of its products in language that normal people can understand, then that reporter cannot convey it to the rest of the world. This is what’s wrong with a lot of technology companies today. They live in a cave surrounded by people who communicate in their own Cave-Speak. Check out most companies’ websites. They are full of incomprehensible terms. What exactly is a “solution”? What does “enterprise class” mean?

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