Samsung Claims Wi-Fi Breakthrough Boosts Speeds 5x
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Oct 13, 2014, 7:37 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Samsung said it has developed new Wi-Fi technology that can transmit data at a rate five times faster than what's available to consumers today. The breakthrough relies on 60GHz spectrum and removes the barrier between theoretical maximum speeds and actual maximum speeds. Most of today's Wi-Fi uses 2.5GHz and 5.0GHz airwaves. Samsung claims its technology can push a 1GB movie file between devices in three seconds, or stream it in real time. Samsung expects to begin adding 60GHz Wi-Fi technology to a range of its products next year.
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Never heard anything about the 60ghz wifi,