WiGiG, the ultra-fast short-rage network was finally authenticated after Wi-Fi Alliance certified the company. Its network will work at 8Gbps and offer the option of enabling virtual-reality headsets and high-speed Wi-Fi-zones.
Wi-Fi Alliance took over WiFi-Gig in 2013, and since then has tested some of its products to find those with interoperability. The development for WiGiG has been established since 2009 based on standards already available in other products in the market. The finalization of this network came at the perfect time, as demand for the type of network provided has emerged only in the last year. Demand for hand-free applications and virtual reality are just two applications that have high jacked demand for short-rage ultra-fast networks.
WiGiG sends data over higher frequencies than a typical mainstream network. It uses 60GHz band and unlicensed spectrum typically used by Wi-Fi. Currently, analysts are finding ways to prevent WiGiG and cellular networks from clashing when in the same area. Vendors are also working together with Wi-Fi Alliance to create products that work with the network. Some companies, like Dell, Intel, and Qualcomm have already had products that have been approved and certified.
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