Technology giant Samsung has unleashed its plans of entering the 60GHz 802.11ad WiFi game. The firm explains it has a perfect version of 60GHz WiFi (aka WiGig) that is worth of 4.6Gbps, or 575 megabytes per second — almost five times swifter than the present dual-stream 802.11ac devices, or enough faster to download a film in a couple of seconds. It informs the first devices supporting its 60GHz WiFi tech will be on the cards by 2015.

samsung productThis statement is somewhat dubious. Samsung is adorning this up like it is entirely responsible for developing 60GHz WiFi — but in precise way, 802.11ad has been in contention since the year 2009 and was stabilized long back in 2012. Earlier, it was known as WiGig (because of its gigabit speeds), but in 2013 it was taken over by the Wi-Fi Alliance and remained part of the WiFi family of wireless networking features. They have been scribing about WiGig/60GHz WiFi since a minimum of 2011, and resulted in first hands-on demo in 2012 – but, apparently for obvious reasons, few WiGig products have indeed were listed in the market. Also Qualcomm’s acquisition of Wilocity reflects the fact it will have a commercialized 802.11ad feature quickly, though.

wireless gigabit alliancePointing out at the Calling 802.11ad “60GHz WiFi” is a bit of a dubious distinction. Till now, WiFi described a set of comparatively-low-frequency (2.4GHz and 5GHz) technologies for (mostly) resulting in wireless LANs. As a probable result, WiFi has usually had a range of between 50 and 200 feet — the type of distances that one would generally be loathe to have a cat 5 cable. 802.11ad, due to 60GHz radio waves needing line-of-sight and can be avoided by almost anything — cats, humans, bad atmospheric conditions, a closed door — usually has a range of just a few meters. As such, 60GHz WiFi has a fairly short list of decent applications, with “wireless docking stations” probably at the top.

linksysChecking out all these features in detail will provide greater insights about Samsung’s plans and to which extent it has advanced in a perfect manner. Also, there just a few hundred megahertz of spectrum down in the 2.4/5GHz range, up in the uncategorized 60GHz range there’s a total of expected eight gigahertz of free bandwidth. Perfect quality standards are reflected irrespective of the features considered without going through any durability issues for sure. It needs to be seen really that what the future strategies with which the company comes up with.

http://www.aartiinformatics.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/samsung-product.jpghttp://www.aartiinformatics.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/samsung-product-300x300.jpgAarti InformaticsCESINTERNETTECHNOLOGYlatest technology news,new technology,new technology news,recent technology news,Samsung,samsung products,tech news,technology articles,technology in the news,technology news,technology news articlesTechnology giant Samsung has unleashed its plans of entering the 60GHz 802.11ad WiFi game. The firm explains it has a perfect version of 60GHz WiFi (aka WiGig) that is worth of 4.6Gbps, or 575 megabytes per second — almost five times swifter than the present dual-stream 802.11ac devices, or...Daily News, News Magazine, Online Magazine