Panasonic has partnered with Netgear to offer wireless internet video access via its VIERA TVs. Starting with the Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter and other adapter will be by a “Compatible with Panasonic” sticker. With one less wire to run, the partnership enables users to easily connect their Panasonic Television to a wireless router and access online content from their living room through the TV.
D-Link has released its fastest wireless router yet, the Xtrame N 450 Gigabit Router (DIR-665). It is their first 802.11n Wi-Fi router with 3x3 MIMO technology, and one of the fastest Wi-Fi router on the market. The DIR-665 uses three distinct data streams in a multiple-input and multiple-output smart antenna which allow for data rates of up to 450Mbps 150Mbps higher than the regular wireless router.
The BCM4331 chip is the newest member of the Broadcom Intesi-fi range to offer consumer a better wireless multimedia experience. The new single-chip solution achieves up to 450Mbps data rates in client devices such as laptops and over 600Mbps throughput (TCP/IP) in 3x3 AP/router configurations. With Broadcom’s new Intensi-fi system-on-chip (SoC) solution HD video content can be downloaded to a notebook computer 50 percent faster than existing 802.11n 2x2 technologies.
Atheros has upgraded their XSPAN solutions to offer a better quality viewing of video over wireless. The XSPAN router solutions (AR938 and AR390) are the world’s first 3-stream 802.11n that supports reliable video over wireless and other bandwidth hungry applications. The new architecture will boost performance by 50 percent across the entire wireless link, said Atheros.
ASUS, a leading developer of notebook PCs, today announced that it has launched two new notebook computer models that incorporate SiBEAM, Inc.'s WirelessHD technology, enabling the most robust wireless display solution available. These notebook PCs are the world's first to feature WirelessHD technology. By integrating SiBEAM's advanced wireless video network chips on display mini-card (DMC) modules, these notebooks will offer an unprecedented wireless experience for consumers and gamers at compelling price points.
Powerline Ethernet adapters are seen as a better alternative for streaming HD content around the home, but developers of wireless devices are not put off by this and are making devices that can compete with Powerline alternative to offer the same quality viewing experience. This is where the new IOGEAR Wireless HD kit (GWAV8141K) comes in. It was designed IOGEAR to create a seamless Full 1080p HD solution for all digital home entertainment centers.
TiVo today announced a new wireless adapter for in home wireless transfer of digital data. The new Wireless N Adapter works with TiVo Premiere, TiVo HD, TiVo Series3 HD or TiVo Series2 dual-tuner DVRs. Anyone who hasn’t got the network to move their media content around can use this adapter.
A technology collaboration between Ericsson and Netgear has created a new 3G mobile broadband router, the MBRN3300. The new MBRN3300 3G wireless router with internal 3G radio, is a combination of Netgear’s wireless, routing, firewalls and IP network technology and Ericsson’s expertise in 3G mobile networks. The MBRN3300 is available now and will be demonstrated at this month’s GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Maxim and Celeno have combine their spcecialities to offer manufacturers a reference design for whole-home wireless HDMI solutions manufacturer of devices such as game consoles, digital video recorders (DVR), Blu-ray players, home gateway and set-top boxes will be able to use the reference design to build devices that distribute full-HD content wirelessly to remote HDTV displays.
At this year’s Consumer Electronic show CyWee announced the release of its new wireless and motion sensing technology. They are the CyWee Z wireless 3D Game Controller, the CyWee Media Browser and the CyWee X wireless HDMI Gateway. All system comes with first of its king features.