Michael Camp Bentley has two decades of IT experience related to
infrastructure operations and business analytics. Michael has earned a
reputation of being an IT Swiss Army Knife and Big Data's Worst Nightmare
because he thrives on solving difficult IT problems. In particular Michael
specializes in solving problems that relate to Big Data applications such
as Splunk and Elasticsearch, as well as their underlying infrastructure.
Michael's life goal is to become a well known philanthropist and to help
others adopt a "pay-it-forward" approach to their own lives for the
benefit of all of humanity.
Raleigh subsequently founded Clarity Wireless in 1996 and Airgo Networks in 2001 to commercialize the technology. Clarity developed specifications in the Broadband Wireless Internet Forum (BWIF) that led to the IEEE (commercialized as WiMAX ) and LTE standards, both of which support MIMO. Airgo designed and shipped the first MIMO-OFDM chipsets for what became the IEEE standard. MIMO-OFDM is also used in the standard and is expected to play a major role in and fifth generation ( 5G ) mobile phone systems.