To 10 gigabits per second.
Qualcomm is launching a family of chips that can add incredibly high-speed Wi-Fi -- at speeds up to 10 gigabits per second -- to phones, laptops, routers.
Wireless VR from PC to HMD Snapdragon 835
By the summer of 2017, I started hearing the term edge computing from a lot of C level meetings I had in the computing industry and it became very clear that this is the next big thing. At MWC 2018, Qualcomm demonstrated edge computing 5G mm Wave powered VR, which is likely to become the future of VR.
In what is becoming a long list of what Intel is giving up on is its WiGig 60GHz 802.11ad controllers and antennas.
Acquires Nitero millimeter wave company
You might seen we've writing about millimeter waves several times. and we usually attributed this term to 5G. AMD has just acquired Nitero, a millimeter wave company that wants to use this technology to cut the cord on your VR and AR headset.
Intel's VP of business PCs talks about cutting the strings
Tom Garrison does not think that wires have a future in corporate networks. As vice president of the Client Computing Group and general manager of the Business Client Platforms Division at Intel Corporation, he is in a position to do something about it.
Qualcomm, Broadcom, Panasonic, Intel and Nitero signed up
WiGig (Wireless Gigabit Alliance) chips are expected to appear in high-end smartphones in the second half of 2015, accoring to Digitimes Research.
Small box makes work easier
Part of the Intel's 5th generation Core vPro announcement was its Intel Wireless Docking technology.
4K multi-device and file transfer
No power cords, USB cables, video cables
IDF 2012: 802.11ad 60MHz travels 10 meters