D-Link and Iogear have both announced certification for their first Wireless USB products.
D-Link's DUB-2240 4-port Wireless USB Hub and DUB-1210 Wireless USB adapter, and Iogear's Wireless USB Hub & Adapter Kit have both received Certification against the Wireless USB 1.0 Specification by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF).
(LAS VEGAS, NV) ASUS today announced that it is introducing a new line of 'Wireless for HDMI' products, including accessory devices and embedded designs to simplify connections between home audio and video electronic components. The new products use Tzero ultra wideband and Analog Devices JPEG2000 technologies and are aimed at distribution of high-definition video streams around the home.
(Las Vegas, NV) UWB patent-meister Pulse~LINK announced that it be demonstrating its UWB-based CWave Whole-Home Interactive HD system at next week's Consumer Electronics show.
The system claims "true room-to-room networking of interactive HD multimedia content" using UWB technology. But it uses a home's coax cabling for the room-to-room part and goes wireless only within a room.
(CAMPBELL, CA) Ultra Wideband chipmaker Wisair today announced two new Wireless USB reference designs. Both designs use the company's latest 542 Certified Wireless USB chip, which was recently granted WiMedia PHY registration.