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... development of 60 GHz wireless chipsets based on the IEEE 802.11ad standard, also known as WiGig® technology. Second, the company is delivering a family of tri-band platforms that combine...
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Qualcomm to boost performance to gigabit levels w...
... WiFi before and previously partnered with manufacturers like Dell to create a line of WiGig chipsets. Some of you may recall the Wireless Gigabit Alliance (WiGig) for short — Wilocity...
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Qualcomm buys startup Wilocity, bulks up on speed...
... in Sunnyvale, Calif., and founded in 2007, develops chips using a newer type of Wi-Fi called WiGig that runs on a relatively high radio frequency, at 60 gigahertz. WiGig, an industrywide...
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And the Next Wireless Protocol Is...?
Qualcomm Atheros, MediaTek, Intel, Cisco and several other companies serve on the board of the
and are keenly aware of competing standards such as WirelessHD. Some have positions...
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Intel, Witricity team up for wireless charging
... Wi-Fi and wireless charging. The two key technologies that the laptop would include would be WiGig, to transfer video and graphics wirelessly, as well as wireless charging. Intel said at the...
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Computex offers a glimpse of future technologies ...
... to get rid of USB, HDMI or DisplayPort cables. Intel wants to make that possible through WiGig wireless technology, which is roughly three times faster than the current 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The...
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