The Wi-Fi Alliance announces that it now has started a program to certify Wi-Fi Direct products and designate them as Wi-Fi Certified Wi-Fi Direct.
The Wi-Fi Alliance announces its Wi-Fi Certified ac certification program, which aims to guarantee the interoperability of 802.11ac-enabled devices regardless of their hardware vendors or type of clients.
Group is working on ways to make it easier and quicker for people to connect to public Wi-Fi hot spots, promising a certified solution by the first half of next year.
Group announces that its Wi-Fi-certified products will continue to interoperate with other Wireless-N products when the spec is finalized, presumably, in September.
Thought the Draft N 2.0 (Wireless-N) is not yet ratified, consumers should have no worries buying Wi-Fi certified Wireless-N routers.
Next generation products will start getting certified this summer even though the technology isn't yet officially standardized.
The Wi-Fi Alliance plans to put its stamp of approval on early 802.11n products in an effort to keep Wi-Fi moving forward.
The Wi-Fi Alliance says that by the summertime it will have certified products based on the latest wireless networking specification, 802.11g.
Company says it won't sell equipment using the next-generation Wi-Fi standard, as Intel and others are, until it's IEEE-certified.