Intel shows how WiGig may speed Wi-Fi nets by 10-fold

09/14/2012 | Computerworld · GigaOm

Intel on Thursday unveiled what it called the wireless technology of the future, Wireless Gigabit docking, which the chipmaker said would deliver speeds over Wi-Fi networks of up to 7 gigabits per second, 10 times the current maximum. Intel also said this week that its smartphone chips now support Android 4.1 -- also known as Jelly Bean -- although the company declined to say when the hardware would actually reach the handsets.

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