Tech giant Samsung Electronics has just announced a new and improved way of Wi-Fi connection. The new Samsung Wi-Fi technology was developed as a way to increase the speed of data transmission by five times the maximum speed possible on electronic devices.
The new Samsung Wi-Fi technology has a capacity of 60 GHz and it enables a 1GB file to be transferred on devices in less than 3 seconds. The new Samsung Wi-Fi technology will also allow uncompressed HD videos to be streamed in real time, which makes it one of the fastest Wi-Fi connections available at the moment. These announcements were made by the South Korean company via email on Sunday, October 12. The new Samsung Wi-Fi technology is said to erase the gap between the theoretical and the actual speed and to be 10 times faster than other existing Wi-Fi technologies.
Kim Chang Yong, a Samsung representative said in a statement about the new Samsung Wi-Fi technology that, “Samsung has successfully overcome the barriers to the commercialization. New and innovative changes await Samsung’s next-generation devices, while new possibilities have been opened up for the future development of Wi-fi.”
The announcement came right in the middle of the Apple and Chinese companies growing competition. Samsung also declared that its profit has dropped 60% because the smartphones sales have not been too satisfying recently. Apart from announcing the new Samsung Wi-Fi technology, Samsung officials said that the company will also plan to invest more than $14.5-billion in building a South Korean plant which will focus on making semiconductor chips.
The new Samsung Wi-Fi technology is expected to be available starting with 2015. Samsung wants to apply the new 60GHz Wi-Fi technology to many of their products, including telecommunication equipment and audio-visual devices.
What are your thought on the upcoming Samsung Wi-Fi technology? Do you think it will revolutionize the speed and the way we transfer files from one device to another? A speed that will be 10 times faster than what we have right now sounds very promising. If you have anything you would like to add, you can do it in the comment section below.
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