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Wednesday, 3 Feb 2016

Intel and Qualcomm team up to usher in next-generation 802.11ad WiGig standard

Intel and Qualcomm team up to usher in next-generation 802.11ad WiGig standard

Intel and Qualcomm, two leading wireless semiconductor vendors, have teamed up to create a comprehensive WiGig ecosystem to ensure smoother adoption when the technology finally arrives in the mainstream market.

Sunday, 10 Jan 2016

TP-Link unveils world's first Wireless 802.11ad router

TP-Link unveils world's first Wireless 802.11ad router

TP-Link has just announced its new Talon AD7200 multi-band Wi-Fi router, which also happens to be the world's first router to support the new 802.11ad wireless standard.

Monday, 13 Oct 2014

Samsung's new 60GHz Wi-Fi technology promises speeds of up to 4.6Gbps

Samsung's new 60GHz Wi-Fi technology promises speeds of up to 4.6Gbps

Samsung has developed a new 802.11ad standard 60GHz Wi-Fi technology that aims to deliver transfer rates of up to a whopping 4.6Gbps, an increase of over five times the current speed limit.

Friday, 18 Jan 2013

WiGig (802.11ad) Approved by IEEE, Paves Way for 7Gbps Wireless Speeds

WiGig (802.11ad) Approved by IEEE, Paves Way for 7Gbps Wireless Speeds

IEEE has recently adopted WiGig as a new wireless standard. Also known as 802.11ad, this standard was first announced in May 2009 and this newly adopted standard supports 7Gbps speeds over 60GHz frequencies and is slated to appear in consumer electronics as soon as next year.

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