Wi-Fi 6: It’s for the robots

Kevin Robinson learned leadership at America’s elite military academy West Point. Now, as the Wi-Fi Alliance’s marketing vice president, he is marshalling a battalion of 550 companies to weaponise Wi-fi 6.

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Silicon Labs introduces industry’s broadest portfolio for 56G/112G SerDes clocking

Silicon Labs has expanded its timing portfolio to meet the high-performance clocking requirements of 56G PAM-4 SerDes and emerging 112G serial applications. With this portfolio expansion, Silicon Labs is the only timing supplier to offer a comprehensive selection of clock generators,

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Silicon Labs and Calnex simplify SyncE applications at 25G and 100G Ethernet rates

Silicon Labs and Calnex Solutions announced a proven reference design for ITU-T G.8262-compliant Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) applications at 25G and 100G Ethernet rates. The solution is based on the Marvell® Alaska® C family of high-speed Ethernet transceivers,

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HomeGrid Forum’s Donna Yasay steps down as president of industry alliance promoting G.hn

HomeGrid Forum has announced that Donna Yasay will be stepping down as president following a successful two years with the Forum. Under Donna’s leadership, the HomeGrid Forum says it has flourished in the networking and communications market, ensuring G.hn products are multi-vendor interoperable even with multi-vendor silicon.

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Semiconductor solutions provider MaxLinear joins HomeGrid Forum’s Board of Directors

HomeGrid Forum has announced that MaxLinear has joined AT&T, BT, CenturyLink, Marvell and Sigma Designs on the Board of Directors to help support the deployment of G.hn technology.

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Ayla has Innr success and extends IoT products platform from US and China to Europe

Sunnyvale, California-based Ayla Networks, whose Internet of Things platform provides connectivity for all kinds of product, has launched its platform for manufacturers in Europe and announced its first European customer, Innr for its smart home lighting system.

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