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Video: Nokia Research Center: Nokia Explore and Share 100 Mbps and 1gb high capacity tags

| June 6, 2011 | 15 Replies

Nokia’s uploaded a video from the research centre showing the ability to transfer content up to 100 Mbits per second.

In one part of the video, they show doing this through a tag and it somewhat looks like it’s NFC but this is something different. Right out of the bat, the first thing the lady does (with her N97 no less) is download a music video in seconds (not get a link to the video, actually just downloading it). With something this fast, you could make it easier to download software updates – syncing – sharing content between phones (this is shown with 5800 – if you think those are ancient Nokias, wait for the N86)

You’ll see in one portion of the video, the girl puts some information on a tag. As much as 1gb apparently.  There’s even mapping data – giving you location (WHY Google Maps?!?!Where Ovi Maps?)Later you’ll see a guy find that tag and he meets up with that girl. They exchange messages via that tag (instead of directly – perhaps they don’t know each other and don’t have each other’s numbers?)

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In the usual boy meets girl, there’s a “later that evening” bit where they meet, get along and get it on. Well actually their phones do.

Here’s the official blurb

Nokia Explore and Share is a project from Nokia Research Center http://nokia.ly/iZVzC7 enabling wireless transfer speeds between devices of 100 Mbits per second. Combined with a new kind of high-capacity memory tag, powerful new opportunities emerge in retail services, supply chain and sharing content between consumers.

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