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WiGig Alliance to consolidate activities in Wi-Fi Alliance

The Wi-Fi Alliance and the Wireless Gigabit Alliance announce plans to consolidate the multigigabit WiGig technology certification and development efforts under the Wi-Fi Alliance.

By January 3, 2013

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Qualcomm and Wilocity mix Wi-Fi and WiGig, demo first Tri-band consumer products

Qualcomm announces at CES 2013 the first Tri-band reference design that combines Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n, 802.11ac, and 802.11ad (WiGig) wireless capabilities in a single module, and demos the first product that supports this design.

By January 8, 2013

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WiGig group opens way to gigabit wireless devices

Wireless Gigabit Alliance publishes spec for 60GHz tech and teams up with Wi-Fi Alliance, paving way for wireless products that run at a higher speed.

By May 10, 2010

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WiGig group finalizes new wireless standard

New standard from Wireless Gigabit Alliance promises speeds up to 7 gigabits per second, ten times faster than Wireless N, but only works for short distances.

By December 11, 2009

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Tech giants back superfast WiGig standard

Major technology companies are backing a new standard that will be used to transfer high-definition video between TVs, set-top boxes, and computers.

By May 7, 2009

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60GHz tech promises wireless docking, USB, HDMI

The WiGig Alliance has begun releasing specifications to use 60GHz wireless technology to link tablets to monitors and even replace links deep within a PC chassis.

By June 28, 2011

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Wi-Fi to cultivate speedy 60GHz band

Wi-Fi Alliance and WiGig Alliance announce the development of a new, extremely high-speed Wi-Fi standard that operates in the 60GHz frequency and will be used for high-performance devices.

By May 11, 2010

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A new service uses the power of 400 virtualized computers in the cloud to test the security of your WPA WiFi password. They only charge $34. But Donald is afraid of how this penetration testing might show up on his credit card bill.

A new service uses the power of 400 virtualized computers in the cloud to test the security of your WPA WiFi password. They only charge $34. But Donald is afraid of how this penetration testing might show up on his credit card bill. But forget WiFi. WiGig is coming promising 7Gbps transfer speeds. Take that Ethernet cable!

By December 10, 2009