Wi-Fi Certified Wi-Fi Direct Devices Can Connect With Out Network & Internet

Wi-Fi Alliance today announced its new protocol Wi-Fi Direct. According to the alliance hey have started certifying the devices which are able to connect device to device which is named as Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Wi-Fi Direct.

This new technology enables users to share their digital content with ease, and no need for any traditional network or internet connection.

Any time anywhere you can share the files with the new Wi-Fi direct.

According to the surveys at present mobile and other electronic devices usage increased and plenty of users are carrying huge digital content along with them.

And they may have faced troubles while sharing their favorites to friends because of the connectivity, Network.

To solve this kind of problems Wi-Fi Alliance introduced this new Protocol.

Wi-Fi Direct-certified devices can connect with older Wi-Fi CERTIFIED devices. This allows new devices which are coming with Wi-Fi Direct from the certification program’s inception.

Wi-Fi Direct devices come up with a push-button set up which provides the latest WPA2™ security protections and brings typical Wi-Fi throughput and range. Also, Wi-Fi Direct-certified devices support Wi-Fi CERTIFIED n technology as well as older forms of Wi-Fi.

“We designed Wi-Fi Direct to unleash a wide variety of applications which require device connections, but do not need the Internet or even a traditional network,” said Edgar Figueroa, CEO of the Wi-Fi Alliance

Following are the first devices that are coming with Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Wi-Fi Direct

  • Atheros XSPAN® Dual-band 802.11n PCIe Mini Card (AR928x)
  • Broadcom BCM43224 Dual-Band 802.11n 2×2 MIMO PCIe Half Mini Card
  • Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6200
  • Ralink MIMObility 802.11n 2×2 PCIe Half Mini Card
  • Realtek RTL8192CE-VA4 HM92C00 PCIe mini card

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