Wireless Gigabit Alliance opens Taipei office

Staff writer
30 Mar 2012
00:00

The Wireless Gigabit (WiGig) Alliance marked the official opening of its office in Taiwan by hosting a technical briefing to share information with leaders in the consumer electronics industry and members of the press about WiGig systems.

WiGig is emerging as the standard to link PCs, tablets, smart phones, handheld gadgets, peripherals, displays and other devices together seamlessly at home and in the office.

In a recent report from analyst firm NPD In-Stat, it was predicted that WiGig is likely to emerge as the most popular wireless HD video technology.

The technical briefing gave details of WiGig’s MAC/PHY, WiGig Display Extension (WDE), WiGig Serial Extension (WSE) and WiGig Bus Extension (WBE) specifications.

Momentum for WiGig has continued to grow in the last month with Huawei joining the board and ZTE signing up to participate as an official contributor. The WiGig Alliance is now calling for even more developer involvement in the creation of the world’s first unified specification for multi-gigabit wireless docking.

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