- News tagged "wi-fi"
Wednesday, 17 Jul 2013
The Huawei E8278 LTE Cat 4 portable Wi-Fi device will soon be available for purchase before July ends. It's a device that supports LTE Cat 4. speeds, and connects up to 10 users simultaneously.
Monday, 20 May 2013
ASRock has announced the availability of the A-Style 2T2R dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi module with Bluetooth v4.0 wireless technology. The new Wi-Fi chip will be featured on new select Intel 8-series motherboards.
Thursday, 24 Jan 2013
Securifi has just launched the Almond+ as a Kickstarter project. The Almond+ is their take on converging home automation and Wi-Fi networking in a single package with a touchscreen for easy configuration. It rides on the momentum of the original Almond 802.11n touchscreen router.
Wednesday, 9 Jan 2013
At CES 2013, Trendnet has unveiled a pair of ultra-compact wireless extenders. The TEW-717HRE N300 Nano Easy-N-Range Extender and TEW-713RE N150 Nano Easy-N-Range Extender plug directly into electrical outlets without adding clutter.
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
Networking enthusiasts here can expect the ASUS USB-AC53 wireless adapter to arrive on our shores in the months ahead. The USB-AC53 is based on the existing draft 802.11ac wireless standard.
Friday, 16 Nov 2012
NC State researchers have developed a new software to help boost Wi-Fi throughput performances without the need for any hardware upgrades.
Thursday, 15 Nov 2012
Zotac has launched the new A75-ITX WiFi B-series and A55-ITX WiFi B-series mini-ITX platforms for second gen AMD A-series (Trinity) APUs.
Thursday, 25 Oct 2012
Aztech Electronics announces the 300Mbps WL559E, a compact wireless-N repeater which helps to extend a router's wireless coverage in users' homes. The WL559E features a built-in power adapter and a wall-plugged design.
Wednesday, 24 Oct 2012
Academic researchers have used algebraic equations to modify the existing Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and evolved it into a new one called coded TCP. It is able to reduce network overheads due to its unique ability to recover lost TCP packets, without the need for them to be resent.
Monday, 30 Jul 2012
NVIDIA has announced its support for Miracast, the new wireless display technology from the Wi-Fi Alliance. Devices that are certified to support Miracast, are able to deliver AV content between devices on Wi-Fi connections without the need for existing Wi-Fi networks.