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2010-05-12 WiGig joins hands with SiBeam, Wi-Fi Alliance
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance has struck a deal with the Wi-Fi Alliance to have its specification for 60GHz networking considered as the next generation of Wi-Fi.
2011-04-19 SiBeam acquired by Silicon Image for $25 million
Silicon Image is confident its acquisition of SiBeam and its 60GHz wireless technology will enable it to rapidly bring to market the highest quality of wirelessly transmitted HD video and audio.
2008-12-08 Panasonic, Samsung invest in SiBEAM's WirelessHD line
SiBEAM has gained investment from Panasonic and Samsung for the continued development of its WirelessHD semiconductor products.
2006-11-03 WirelessHD group to develop 60GHz specification
Special interest group WirelessHD is developing a specification to pass high-definition multimedia material using an unlicensed frequency band at 60GHz.
2007-02-16 Startup demos interface for HDTV video
Startup Amimon Ltd has demonstrated a prototype of its wireless high-definition interface for HDTV video at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show using technology based on a variation of 802.11n that can deliver up to 1.5Gbps.
2006-11-09 CE giants push 60GHz high-def home nets
Six top consumer electronics companies are defining a 60GHz radio technology to bring high definition media to the home network.
2009-10-09 WirelessHD chipsets pack HDMI, LVDS
SiBeam's second generation chipsets based on the WirelessHD specification features lower power consumption, smaller form factor, 3D video support and integrated HDMI and LVDS.
2010-08-17 Wireless HD shipments to reach 13 million by 2014
Wireless HD chip vendors may have slow progress in 2010, but the five-year forecast is a robust triple-digit growth rate of wireless HD video-enabled products through 2014, according to In-Stat. The unit shipments are expected to rise from the current levels of nearly 1 million to about 13 million by 2014.
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s.
2008-06-30 Will wireless STBs take off?
Wireless is set to invade cable TV STB. But which wireless and when is still not clear.
2009-05-08 Wi-Fi backers draft 60GHz spec for wireless video
Five top Wi-Fi chipmakers have created the Wireless Gigabit Alliance that aims to release a specification for 60GHz networking at rates up to 6Gbit/s.
2009-12-10 WHDI group completes 5GHz wireless video spec
The WHDI Consortium has finalized the specification for wireless video over a 5GHz variant of Wi-Fi based on technology from startup chip designer Amimon.
2010-06-09 WHDI 2.0 spec to cover 3D, mobile app integration
The WHDI 2.0 specification will include support for full 3D and next-gen 4Kx2K HD format; as well as mobile app integration through reduced power consumption.
2007-11-02 UWB disappoints, Wi-Fi speeds ahead
In the race to a gigabit-per-second wireless link for the digital home, some UWB backers are gasping for air while Wi-Fi proponents are revving up for the next lap.
2009-02-03 Tzero to sample UWB chip consuming
Startup Tzero Technologies hopes 2009 will be the year UWB establishes a foothold. The company plans to sample by June a single UWB chip that consumes less than 1W and is aimed at mobile devices.
2009-01-09 Toshiba shelves 3D, pushes Cell TV
Diverging from the path that most consumer electronics vendors are taking, Toshiba Corp. appears to be eschewing 3D TV.
2009-06-09 Three alternatives challenge HDMI
At least three companies are fielding new wired alternatives to the HDMI hopes to leapfrog the HDMI 1.4 specification by providing more bandwidth, reach or networking capabilities.
2008-07-21 Sony seeks alliance toward standardized UWB tech
Sony has rallied a group of 14 companiesmainly large Japanese consumer electronics firmsaround an ad hoc effort to standardize proprietary UWB technology it first demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
2012-11-21 Panasonic, Ericsson to stretch Ethernet, 4G capabilities
Panasonic, Ericsson, Finisar and Hitachi are set to unveil at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference devices pushing wired and wireless communications forward.
2006-12-18 New tech breaks into network specs war
Six top CE vendors formed the WirelessHD group in October to define 60GHz radios that could carry uncompressed high-definition video across the living room at a roaring 5Gbps.
2013-01-24 Miracast vs. UltraGig battle continues to brew
While the debate over divergent wired and wireless home networking schemes and standards rages on, one wireless application stood out at the International CES: Miracast.
2007-11-06 Metal-insulator tech drives down cost of 60GHz WPAN
By switching to metal-insulator electronicswhich can be fabricated on standard CMOS lines atop ultracheap plastic substratesMotorola reports being able to drive down the cost of 60GHz WPAN to rival that of semiconductors.
2007-10-01 Manufacturers tip hot chips, interconnects
Manufacturers and researchers have provided a peek inside their advanced multicore processors and research into the on- and off-chip networks that those future microprocessors may use at the Hot Chips and Hot Interconnects conferences.
2009-10-22 Long road to SuperSpeed USB
Intel Corp.'s decision to wait until 2011 to support USB 3.0 in PC chipsets will put the wide adoption of the interconnect on hold for a year, said a senior technology manager at a top tier PC maker.
2015-05-05 Lattice-Silicon Image union opens door for FPGA, ASSP fusion
Darin Billerbeck, CEO of Lattice, describes the acquisition of Silicon Image as an ideal match between an FPGA company and an ASSP vendor. The merger may have pushed Intel to set its eyes on Altera.
2008-02-01 It's a full house for digital TV links
Consumer electronics companies are asking the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to mandate that their products be given access to applications and services running on the headend systems of cable TV providers.
2008-11-05 Internet TV: Next attraction
Now, the pieces are being integrated to turn today's appealing flat-panel screens into full Internet clients.
2009-09-30 Intel plugs optical links to PCs
Intel Corp. has introduced Light Peak, a 10Gbit/s optical cable that will consolidate all the wired connections in PCs.
2009-05-06 In-Stat: No more UWB by 2013
The UWB technology is effectively dead in consumer and computer markets, according to a new report from In-Stat.
2007-02-16 Home network remains unconquered
Last month's Consumer Electronics Show was brimming with home networking concepts and technologies but in many respects, the digital home is still untamed territory.
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