We can all agree that more wireless bandwidth is a good thing. The more bandwidth we have the faster we can send HD video around our homes and offices and the faster we can share large files. 802.11n is only recently ratified, but a new specification called WiGig has just been completed with lots more speed than 802.11n.
The specification is called WiGig and promises up to 7Gbps of wireless bandwidth. The spec supplements and extends 802.11 and is backwards compatible with 802.11 standards. In fact, many of the silicon designers for WiGig are well known WiFi companies.
The spec uses beam forming to support distanced of up to 10M, which will allow connectivity throughout many homes. The completed spec will be offered to WiGig members in Q1 2010 and products will probably hit in 2011.
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