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Samsung Claims A WiGig Breakthrough That Promises Multi-Gigabit Wireless Speeds

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    Samsung claims a WiGig breakthrough that promises multi-gigabit wireless speeds — Tech News and Analysis (click for full article)

    Samsung claims a WiGig breakthrough that promises multi-gigabit wireless speeds

    by Kif Leswing 3 HOURS AGO

    SUMMARY: Samsung claims it has wirelessly transferred files at 575 megabytes per second, thanks to a new 60GHz WiGig network that has solved many existing interference problems.

    -- Samsung has developed a 60 GHz Wi-Fi technology, the company announced on Sunday. The technology, also known as WiGig, should be truly gigabit and will be able to transfer up to 575 megabytes in a single second, which works out to 4.6Gbps. These transfer speeds promise to be many times faster than current Wi-Fi networks, which work on the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.

    Using the new 60 GHz technology, a “1GB movie will take less than three seconds to transfer between devices,” Samsung claims. Imagine getting USB-quality transfer speeds but without any cables needed.

    Read more at: Samsung claims a WiGig breakthrough that promises multi-gigabit wireless speeds — Tech News and Analysis
     
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