Wilocity and Atheros today announced their collaboration to build "tri-band" WiGig / Wi-Fi devices.
The HomeGrid Forum today announced that the G.hn standard for next-generation wired home networks has been approved by the United Nations International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) during its Geneva meeting held this week.
I was briefed by both Atheros and Ralink last week on their announcements at this week's Computex over in Taipei. While it wasn't the sole reason for the calls, I was able to get a feel for why we still haven't seen any three-stream N routers, even though the first were announced well over a year ago.
Updated In the second and final part of this series, we look at two technologies aimed at whole-home wireless HD distribution.
Broadcom announced three 802.11n router SoCs and Atheros its first powerline chipset.
Atheros today launched a new 802.11n product family using three streams to provide 450 Mbps maximum link rates.
Updated The Wi-Fi Alliance today announced that it is getting close to completing a new specification for direct connection among wireless clients without using a wireless router or access point.
Atheros today announced it was buying HomePlug chipmaker Intellon in a stock and cash transaction valued at approximately $244 M.
Entropic and Atheros today announced they have formed a new industry group to solve the range and speed problems that have plagued wireless LAN users.