July 5, 2014
Wilocity announced that a new generation of chips compatible with the 802.11ad wireless standard was ready, which is being developed by the Wireless Gigabit Alliance (WiGig).
Under the name of Wil6300 we found a communications chip theoretically capable of connecting at speeds of 4.6 Gbps and that caught the attention of the general public and companies like Qualcomm, who this week decided to buy Wilocity.
The intention of this operation is to be able to develop new chips for mobile communications based on WiGig that use the 60 GHz band and that allow data transmission at gigabit speeds (with a theoretical maximum of about 7 Gbps).
via Qualcomm buys Wilocity to put gigabit WiFi to your next mobile.
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