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Marvell Partners With Wilocity To Make 60GHz Gigabit Wi-Fi Chips

Marvell Partners With Wilocity To Make 60GHz Gigabit Wi-Fi Chips

Earlier we have seen IEEE 802.11ac router, but Marvell is eager to bring the next phase of Wi-Fi evolution. Marvell has just announced a partnership with an Israeli startup Wilocity to bring tri-band Wi-Fi solutions based on 802.11ad to market.

By On July 26, 2012 Respond
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Netgear Introduced IEEE802.11ac Compatible R6300 Router And A6200 USB Adapter

Netgear Introduced IEEE802.11ac Compatible R6300 Router And A6200 USB Adapter

Netgear has introduced a R6300 WiFi router and an A6200 USB adapter to 802.11ac product line for Next-Generation Wi-Fi. The company claims that the R6300 Wi-Fi Router is the industry’s first 802.11ac router. The R6300 Wi-Fi Router supports combined Wi-Fi speeds up to 1750 Mbps. The A6200 Wi-Fi adapter is a first-to-market 802.11ac dual band Wi-Fi USB adapter. By using it, a consumer can easily upgrade their existing wireless networks to 802.11ac performance. The NETGEAR R6300 WiFi Router is priced at $199.99 which will be available in May 2012 and the NETGEAR A6200 WiFi adapter is priced at $69.99, it will be available in the third quarter of 2012.

By On May 18, 2012 Respond
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Netgear Gigabit Speed Wireless Router With IEEE 802.11ac Coming In May

Netgear Gigabit Speed Wireless Router With IEEE 802.11ac Coming In May

The extraordinary growth in the number and type of Wi-Fi devices, coupled with the increasing popularity of bandwidth intensive activities such as high definition video streaming, has created the demand for better wireless network performance with greater reach. Netgear is supposed to be the first networking company with a next-generation router, promising to deliver higher speed than IEEE 802.11n, in the market. With the IEEE 802.11ac standard router, it dramatically leaps forward in the speed, reliability, and quality of wireless communications.

By On April 27, 2012 Respond
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