WiGig devices coming next year to ease Wi-Fi congestion

Regular Wi-Fi networks today, particularly those on the 802.11ac protocol, utilize the 2.5 and 5 GHz frequency bands. But even those have already started to become congested. The 802.11ad protocol, on the other hand, rides on the mostly unused 60 GHz highway. This wider channel allows, in theory, up to 8 Gbps of transfer speeds. – JC Torres, SlashGear http://ift.tt/2eA4ZHb