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Multigigabit WiGig Wireless Docking Demoed at IDF 2012
WiGig multigigabit wireless docking technology has been demonstrated by Intel in a presentation of the company's vision of the technologies of the future at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2012 in San Francisco.
WiGig is on track to become the most important next generation multigigabit wireless technology. Its speeds of up to 7 Gbps using the unlicensed 60 Ghz frequency band, combined with advanced Protocol Adaption Layers (PAL) designed for PC, CE and Mobile applications, will mean its applications go beyond that of a straight forward access technology.
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