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Items tagged with: WiGig

Atheros, Wilocity Team For Combo Wi-Fi, WiGig Devices

Atheros and Wilocity Logos Wilocity and Atheros today announced their collaboration to build "tri-band" WiGig / Wi-Fi devices.

WiGig Makes A Smart Move

Updated 5/10/2010 3:30PM EDT

Why WiGig?With a flurry of announcements, the WiGig Alliance shows that it has learned the lessons of past failed wireless technologies.

WiGig Alliance Releases 1.0 Spec, Adds Members

WHDI LogoThe Wireless Gigabit Alliance (WiGig) today said it has released the first version of its specification for devices using 60 GHz technology to its members for review.

WiGig Alliance Grows

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The WiGig Alliance today announced five new members, bringing total membership to more than 20 companies.

Why WiGig?

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Why WiGig?Why has a second group been formed to bring 60 GHz wireless networking to market?

New Consortium Launched to Create and Promote 60 GHz Wireless

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The Wireless Gigabit Alliance (WiGig) today was outed one day before its scheduled launch.

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