IBM Aims to Replace Bluetooth and WiFi with New Chipset

IBM Aims to Replace Bluetooth and WiFi with New Chipset
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IBM is crowing about its new chipset that would allow wireless communication at gigabit speeds. Announced at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference, the minuscule component measures just 14mm per side,...

Guy Brighton
  • 8 february 2006

IBM is crowing about its new chipset that would allow wireless communication at gigabit speeds. Announced at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference, the minuscule component measures just 14mm per side, and includes antennas that will allow data transfers far faster than Bluetooth or WiFi.

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