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Intel, Qualcomm hit 4.6 Gbps in 802.11ad WiGig tests

Saturday 6 February 2016 | 14:09 CET | News
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Intel and Qualcomm Atheros have successfully demonstrated multi-gigabit interoperability between their companies' respective next-generation 802.11ad WiGig components. The companies said they would lay the groundwork for the development of devices for the new standard that can connect and communicate at speeds of up to 4.6 Gbps. Qualcomm Atheros and Intel note that they achieved this speed in good link conditions. The companies write in a joint statement, "Achieving full interoperability is not easy. This level of collaboration and focused effort is essential in creating new markets and

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Companies: Intel / Qualcomm Atheros
Countries: World
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