A new wireless technology has been developed to speed up the transmission of video and audio streams on high-speed Internet access networks.
The technology is called Wi-Fi Direct, and it lets Internet providers deploy Wi-Fis that deliver data at a much faster rate than they could on wired networks.
Wi-FI Direct has been around since 2011, and now the technology is being deployed on several high-profile networks, including Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular.
The technologies are capable of speeds of up to gigabits per second (Gbps), according to a recent Wired article.
Wi-Fi is a term used to describe a type of wireless communications technology that transmits data via electromagnetic waves rather than cables.
WiFis are usually attached to antennas that carry electrical signals from a source to a receiver.
When a Wi-fi signal reaches a receiver, the signal is converted into a stream of data.
The Wi-fis that are used in wireless data transmission are capable, for example, of transmitting 10,000 simultaneous bits of data per second, or 50,000 gigabit-per-second (Gbps).
The technology works by using a small antenna on the end of a fiber optic cable.
It’s designed to work in a variety of different frequencies, and the frequencies that Wi-Fs can work in range from 700 MHz to 12.5 GHz.
The wireless network can be deployed across the country, and you can purchase a new wireless router that supports Wi-Fast or Wi-Gigabit networks.
WiFi Direct is currently in testing, and a handful of networks are using it.
The technology is still in development, and there are many unknowns surrounding Wi-WiFi.
The FCC is considering expanding the use of Wi-Dereference, which allows Wi-SFi to work on some networks.
However, the Wi-Wifi standards are already well established, and Wi-DiFi and WiWiFi are the most widely used standards.