Motorola: new home WLAN chipset for gamers
Yesterday Motorola announced that cooperation with leading game console developers is to result in release of new home WLAN chipset. First information about it was announced in November last year, and new specifications were announced in May this year.
The idea is to provide gamers with inexpensive, economical, efficient next-generation low latency system. According to company representatives, most wireless solutions today feature rather high latency, disabling comfortable gaming experience, so, Motorola is going to eliminate this disadvantage with its chipset.
The new technology uses 2.4 GHz radio frequency range, but, according to the company, differs from Bluetooth and 802.11. It´s declared to co-exist with other standards operating in this range. The new chipset, planned for volume production to this quarter, will provide up to 5 Mbps throughput in 15 m radius.
P.S. Leading game console manufacturers Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo haven´t yet commented Motorola´s new initiative.
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