Intel, Microsoft show off Wireless USB

Posted on Friday, Jun 23 2006 @ 11:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TG Daily report Microsoft, Intel and others have presented a demo of Wireless USB interoperability at the Certified Wireless USB Developers conference in San Jose, California.
Multi-vendor interoperability was demonstrated during the conference's keynote with the transferring of high-definition video wirelessly at up to 480 Mb/s.

Industry heavyweights Alereon, Intel, Microsoft, Philips and Realtek participated in the demo. A laptop with an Intel/Alereon Wireless USB host adapter transferred high definition video from a Philips/Realtek hard-drive emulator. Windows XP with new wireless USB drivers from Microsoft was used.
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