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2005-06-06 IEEE 802.11i and wireless security
IEEE's wireless security amendment adds stronger encryption, authentication, and key management strategies that go a long way toward guaranteeing data and system security
2003-02-03 IEEE 802.16 spec could disrupt wireless landscape
The IEEE Standards Authority has approved the 802.16a specification for wireless MANs in the 2GHz to 11GHz range
2003-03-07 WLAN chipset features video image transfer capabilities
Matsushita Electric has developed a 5GHz WLAN chipset capable of transferring video images among IEEE 802.11a/e-compliant equipment
2002-09-25 Video IC supports 30fps at low bit rates
ViXS Systems Inc. is sampling a chip that promises to deliver video at 30fps over multiple channels.
2002-10-15 Japan tackles high-definition storage, transmission
The Japanese goverment has announced the e-Japan initiative to enable the country to catch and surpass the U.S. and South Korea in broadband.
2002-04-16 Intel puts Xscale into Mira smart-display design
Intel Corp. has announced a reference design kit for a range of smart wireless displays that uses an Intel Xscale processor and Microsoft Corp.'s Mira technology.
2005-12-15 Broadcom products are Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
Broadcom announced that its IEEE 802.11a/g access point and client reference designs are among the first devices to be Wi-Fi CERTIFIED for Wi-Fi Multimedia Power Save requirements
2009-01-07 Will home networks bank on Ethernet?
While the consumer electronics industry is yet to find a clear technology winner for digital home media distribution, some are clearly betting on Ethernet to become the answer for home networks by late 2009 and beyond.
2005-01-24 TI announces new WLAN solution
Texas Instruments announced the latest in its family of application specific system level WLAN solutions.
2002-11-20 Pre-spec 802.11g silicon raises interoperability fears
Chipset vendors are moving headlong into IEEE 802.11g WLAN silicon before the ink is dry on the standard, hoisting the specter of non-interoperable 802.11g solutions in a market that has depended on interoperability for its very success
2005-07-06 Metalink IC completes Wi-Fi links
Metalink has introduced its MtW8170 baseband chip, which, when combined with the company's already available MtW8150 RFIC, will comprise a single chipset targeting the emerging IEEE 802.11n standard for next-generation Wi-Fi
2004-05-03 Making QoS a reality over WLAN
To enable QoS techniques to come to life in Wi-Fi networks, the IEEE 802.11 committee is working on the 802.11e standard.
2003-07-02 Intersil partners with ViXS for video-over-WLANs
In an effort to enable the oxymoronic combination of high-quality video-over-wireless LANs, Intersil Corp. has partnered with ViXS Systems.
2006-12-14 'First' CE-grade 802.11n-draft-compliant chipset rolls
Metalink touts the industry's first CE-grade IEEE-802.11n-draft-compliant dual-band chipset for wireless home entertainment systems
2005-12-13 Winbond WLAN device receives WMM Power Save certification
Winbond announced the W89C37 as its latest member of the WinFi family of WLAN products. The W89C37 has received the WMM Power Save certification by the WiFi Alliance due to the new features of its latest generation MAC and baseband IC.
2004-06-25 Ralink chipset integrates radio IC, BBP/MAC IC
The RT2500USB chipset from Ralink Technology consists of the RT2526 radio IC and the RT2571 BBP/MAC IC with a fully integrated USB 2.0 interface.
2006-05-29 Oki, KDDI to deploy mobile solutions for enterprises
Oki Electric Industry and KDDI announced an agreement to collaborate in providing mobile solutions for the enterprise market using E02SA.
2004-05-18 Atheros unveils fully integrated USB 2.0 WLAN chips
Atheros Communications Inc. has introduced AR5005UG and AR5005UX featuring a completely integrated USB 2.0 interface.
2004-07-26 Atheros hits home with WLAN chipset
Atheros Communications has extended its WLAN chipset for high-definition TV and other multimedia distribution throughout the home.
2004-05-14 Atheros chipset supports Colubris Wi-Fi voice apps
Colubris Networks has integrated the AR5001X+ chipset from WLAN developer Atheros Communications Inc. into its CN1220 and CN1250 802.11a/b/g enterprise-class access points.
2004-03-23 Agere WaveLAN delivers up to 150Mbps data
Agere Systems' latest WaveLAN 802.11a/b/g multimode chipset delivers up to 150Mbps data throughput speeds for wireless networking products.
2005-08-15 WLAN on the move: 802.11xyz
The 802.11 standard (a.k.a. Wi-Fi) may play an even larger role in the future as it continues to evolve.
2012-02-29 WiFi module boasts up to 150Mb/s PHY rate
The Nano WiReach USB from Connect One brings wireless connectivity to consumer devices not originally intended to support wireless functionality.
2005-03-18 SiP solution offers faster throughput
Philips' 802.11g WLAN semiconductor SiP solution enables consumers to access content up to five times faster than current 802.11b products without compromising the battery life of the mobile phone.
2004-10-29 Samsung latest PC feature Super G tech from Atheros
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has integrated Atheros Communications Inc.'s advanced wireless LAN (WLAN) chipsets into its latest notebook PC, P28 series notebooks.
2008-08-11 Ralink claims first single-chip 802.11n 1x1 PCIe
Ralink Technology Corp. offers a complete line of single-chip USB and PCIe solutions, including the RT3090.
2006-04-03 Multiple options tie home networking in knots
While experts agree that video will be a crucial driver for home networking in the next few years, there is little agreement on which wired technology is best for shuttling video around the house.
2005-10-12 How DLNA and UPnP will enable easy home video networks (Part 2)
A 'Rosetta Stone' for multimedia babbl
2005-04-28 Atheros unveils PCI-compliant single-chip WLAN solutions
Atheros Communications announced what it claims are the first single-chip wireless local area network solutions that comply with PCI specifications.
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