There is, as a couple of participants mentioned earlier today, another gigabit+ wireless-LAN standard – 802.11ad. In fact, the .11ad standard is already approved, and the vast amount of spectrum (7-9 GHz.) available in the 60-MHz. bands where .11ad operates implies very high throughput – at least the 7 Gbps of the current .11ad standard, which is, interestingly, also the upper bound of 802.11ac. Granted, 60 GHz. doesn’t propagate as well as 5 GHz., but it looks like there’s a lot of capability in .11ad regardless. Is .11ad competitive with .11ac, or will it address a different set of applications? And what does the future hold for 802.11ad in enterprise settings?