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The speed of data transmission through a wireless protocol will increase from 54 to 600 megabits per second.
Association of Wi-Fi Alliance and WiGig Alliance reported that it has signed a partnership agreement under which standard Wi-Fi WiGig will operate at 60 gigahertz, a data rate of up to 7 gigabits per second. This is several times faster than the latest version of the standard Wi-Fi 802.11n. It is assumed that the first device to support the new standard, operating at a frequency of 60 gigahertz, will be put on the market until the end of 2010, and in 2011 will model that also supports frequency Wi-Fi.
Recall that at the moment wireless protocol Wi-Fi operates at a frequency of 2.4 and 5 gigahertz. However, in September 2009 and was officially presented the final version standard 802.11n, maximum data transfer rate which reaches a mark of 600 megabits per second. For comparison – the 802.11g standard provides a maximum speed of 54 megabits per second.