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The Second Wi-Fi Revolution

Guest post by Randy Nickel, Wireless Marketing Director, Mobile Platforms Group By now you take for granted that any notebook (or Netbook) you purchase has Wi-Fi built-in. The essential need for flexible connectivity that made Wi-Fi ubiquitous on notebooks is … Read more >

A Smarter 802.11 Draft-N

I remember when I got my first 802.11b Wi-Fi network at home. Back then 11Mbps easily handled the demands of my small digital world. But the digital contents of my life grew in size. 802.11g Wi-Fi came along with 54Mbps. … Read more >

Next Gen Infotainment at IDF

Many of you are undoubtedly aware of the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), which is taking place this week in San Francisco. Embedded technologies are taking center stage this IDF, and In-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems are a part of this show. … Read more >

The Power of 802.11 Draft-N 3×3

802.11 Draft-N is hot – up to 300 Mbps of bandwidth today with up to 450 Mbps of bandwidth tomorrow. But did you know that not all 802.11 Draft-N products are the same? To be a connoisseur of these differences, … Read more >

Wi-Fi Gets Personal with Intel’s Cliffside Technology

Wi-Fi has given us the freedom to connect to other computers and the Internet without wires. Wi-Fi is now spreading its wings into the world of consumer electronic (CE) devices. Everything from MP3 players and digital cameras to printers and … Read more >

Intel Chairman Craig Barrett on Intel’s 40th Anniversary

Sure, these processor would be great for powering traffic lights. You mean they want to use our chips to make Taxi meters? Imagine, those where conversations inside Intel back in the 1970s, in the years after making the world’s first … Read more >

Intel Centrino 2 Platform Spreads Its Wireless-N Wings

In San Francisco on July 14, the Intel Montevina project morphed into the Intel Centrino 2 platform. Beyond jacking up performance and improving battery life, this beauty spread its wireless wings with the latest in Wireless-N (Draft-N) technology. At the … Read more >