In the back corner of ASUS' brightly lit Computex booth there's a simulated gamer's lair, complete with dim LED lighting, Read More.
Though we're a fair stretch away from the 802.11ac standard being ratified, Broadcom is working hard to get the message of gigabit wireless across. Read More.
In the past few weeks we've seen announcements for 802.11ac chips and routers, but computers that can actually take advantage of the new networking standard have been eluding us. Read More.
One of the hot trends in the IT industry is the rollout of 802.11ac Wi-Fi products. Branded Wi-Fi 5G by Broadcom Read More.
We've been talking about 802.11ac a lot lately, and today Broadcom is announcing a new family of SoCs with greater integration and performance specifically tailored to 802.11ac SMB and home networks. Read More.
Wireless technology has officially turned the corner: the first 5GWiFi products are now on the shelves. Read More.
THE industry is abuzz with excitement about the next incarnation of the incredibly successful Wi-Fi wireless standard. Read More.
Broadcom might have unveiled a bevy of 802.11ac chipsets back at CES, however when it came to availability the chipmaker played more than coy as to when they'd sashay their way out of developmental labs and into the hands of actual consumers. Read More.
Offering potential data speeds in excess of 1 Gbps, Wi-Fi products based upon 802.11ac will quickly hit the market in a much broader range of products than the standard's predecessor, 802.11n. Read More.
Mobile carriers embracing Wi-Fi is one of the sub-themes of Mobile World Congress. And the particular flavor of Wi-Fi that's generating buzz here is 802.11ac, which promises to boost handset throughput to over 300Mbps. Read More.
Wi-Fi is now a staple in today's smartphones, but it's expected to get even better in handsets as soon as next year. Read More.
Broadcom Corp. is extending its push for 802.11ac ("5G WiFi") into the enterprise and carrier space with the launch of its 3 x 3 BCM43460 system-on-chip (SoC), which it claims is three times faster and six times more power efficient than previous generation 802.11an devices. Read More.
Chipmaker Broadcom today launched a 802.11ac standard WiFi chip, the BCM43460, said to be the world's first "5G" WiFi system-on-chip. Read More.
Broadcom has provided more details on the 802.11ac Wi-Fi chips it will bring to production in the second half of this year. Read More.
With routers, smartphones, tablets, and TVs expected to adopt Wi-Fi 802.11ac over the next few years, the upcoming standard will be the linchpinch for wireless HD video streaming, says NPD In-Stat. Read More.
Broadcom's launch of their fifth generation WiFi was a big hit at CES 2012. Read More.
The next step in wireless connectivity will be the IEEE 802.11ac standard, also known as 5G WiFi, which started to be developed one year ago. The goal of this forthcoming standard is to achieve transfer rates in the gigabit range. Using the 5 GHz band and three antennae, Buffalo was able to demonstrate this connection at a real data transfer rate (throughput) of 800 Mbps, with a theoretical maximum transfer rate of over 1.3 Gbps. Read More.
D-Link announced its support of the next-generation Wi-Fi standard 802.11ac, to deliver gigabit wireless speeds, higher capacity and broader coverage to home networks. D-Link's 802.11ac technology support underscores its ongoing commitment to provide the industry's most comprehensive home network connectivity, allowing consumers to enjoy an unlimited range of high-bandwidth and wireless streaming applications. D-Link products supporting the new 802.11ac standard will be available in the later part of 2012. Read More.
NETGEAR will introduce new wireless network devices based on the upcoming IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard. This 5th generation Wi-Fi standard delivers greater than Gigabit speeds - up to 3 times faster than today's fastest 802.11n products. 802.11ac includes technologies which substantially improve reliability, range, and power saving, making it the ideal wireless technology for video streaming and mobile devices. To learn more about 802.11ac please visit http://www.netgear.com/80211ac/.
Wireless technology has quickly evolved from luxury to necessity, especially for people interested in beaming high-definition video around the home. Chip maker Broadcom and other technology suppliers are eager to talk about the next big speed boost. Read More
Broadcom is expected to show off silicon that offers 1.3 gigabit per second Wi-Fi at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Read More
Wi-Fi is about to get pretty darn fast. Broadcom's first gigabit Wi-Fi cards are reportedly up to three times faster and six times more efficient than what's out there now. Read More
Broadcom is announcing today its first WiFi chips that will allow wireless to surf the web at a speed of 1.3 gigabits per second. Read More
Good news for people who love fast things: Broadcom is sliding into CES with its first gigabit-speed 802.11ac chips, all based on fifth-generation WiFi technology. Read More
Following a CES preview event last month, Broadcom today announced its first family of 802.11ac (also known as 5G Wi-Fi) chips, designed for a broad range of product segments. Read More
Plans for the next generation of WiFi have been discussed in recent weeks, but this morning Broadcom made it official: the company announced its first family of chips for the new 802.11ac Wi-Fi it calls "5G Wi-Fi," Read More
Broadcom today introduced its first family of IEEE 802.11ac chips based on the 5th generation of Wi-Fi (5G WiFi). The new IEEE 802.11ac chips are three times faster and up to six times more power efficient than equivalent 802.11n solutions... Read More
We just received an invitation to meet with Buffalo at CES for the unveiling of its first 802.11ac wireless product. While we've already seen 802.11ac components announced from companies like Redpipe, Quantenna, and Broadcom... Read More
CES has always been the biggest show for consumer electronics; it's unlikely that anyone can actually visit all of the exhibition booths and demos, and see every single new product... Read More
Last week, I spoke with a senior manager at Broadcom, a company with very deep roots indeed in wireless LANs, and one of the leading suppliers of Wi-Fi chips. The purpose of the call was to explore 802.11ac, the "gigabit-wireless" standard now under development that will operate in the 5 GHz. bands... Read More
It's just come to our attention that early next year; we should be able to experience the next Wi-Fi standard which is going to replace the 802.11n.... Read More