Bouncing data to cut congestion
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Why not develop the idea of bouncing information off the ceilings in data centers to increase transmission speed by up to 30 percent.
The method will allow the wireless beams to have direct communication between antennas while reducing the chances of interference. The process will involve attaching flat metal plates to the ceiling to reflect the data, while an absorber material on the rack will prevent the signal from bouncing back up.