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WiFi Between Devices in 2010?!

This is exciting, eh?!
“By mid-2010, you could be transferring files, making phone calls, and printing your pictures from your camera, all without wires. That’s because Wi-Fi connections about to get a big upgrade that will allow millions of devices to talk directly to one another through the popular wireless standard.
The Wi-Fi Alliance, the trade group governing Wi-Fi, has announced a new specification: Wi-Fi Direct, formerly Wi-Fi peer-to-peer. Any device certified as Wi-Fi Direct will be able to communicate with each other directly, without the need for a wireless hub. . . .
The new standard will be available in mid-2010, according to the Wi-Fi Alliance. It should be available as a software upgrade for older products and included in newer Wi-Fi devices.”
Check out more in:
Wireless Revolution: Wi-Fi Between Devices Coming in 2010
[UPDATE] Want to know what a library use might be? CHeck out this:
Kindle, WiFi direct, eReaders

Posted on: October 14, 2009, 5:03 pm Category: Uncategorized

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