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What is Wi-Fi?
Short for wireless fidelity, Wi-Fi (also known as WiFi and wifi) is a brand originally licensed by the Wi-Fi Alliance to describe the underlying technology of WLAN based on the IEEE 802.11 specifications, whether 802.11b, 802.11a, dual-band, etc.
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2010-07-01 Comment: Intel should make WiDi an open standard
Still, it's hard to understand why Intel didn't roll out WiDi according to its own playbook, which is to develop an interface and then drive it into the market as an open standard.
2015-01-30 Intel processor touts 60GHz wireless docking technology
Fifth generation vPro processors are cutting the last cords to the computers using them. Plus the computers using them will boost performance by 2-1/2 times and have three times battery life.
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.
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.
2010-06-23 Resilient memories key to ultralow-power CPU circuits
Intel Corp. has detailed low-voltage resilient memories that will help enable ultralow-power circuits in processor designs at the 2010 Symposium on VLSI Circuits.
2011-01-07 Intel's second gen chips bring new graphics, video
The 20 new new processors, chipsets and wireless chips of the second generation of the Intel Core processors can convert a four-minute HD video file on a laptop to play on an iPod in only 16 seconds.
2015-09-08 6th Gen Intel Core processors make market debut
The products support a range of device designs, from the ultra-mobile compute stick, to 2 in 1s and huge high-definition All-in-One desktops, to novel mobile workstations.
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