The Wi-Fi Alliance has signed a memo of understanding with the WiGig Alliance to combine their operations and jointly certify devices equipped with the emerging ultra-high-speed technologies by the end of 2013, they said Thursday. The group will work under the Wi-Fi Alliance name, and WiGig will effectively operate as a division within the merged unit. WiGig is an extremely short-range technology that links appliances and peripherals at speeds up to 6 gigabits per second.

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