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Microsoft partners with D-Link to deliver speedier Wi-Fi in rural regions

Microsoft is partnering with networking equipment manufacturer D-Link to deliver speedier Wi-Fi to rural communities around the world, D-Link chairman John Hsuan announced in Taipei on Monday.

Dubbed “Super Wi-Fi”, the wireless infrastructure is set to be based on the 802.11af protocol, and will take advantage of unused bandwidth in the lower-frequency white spaces between television channel frequencies where signals travel further than at higher frequencies. [1]

[1] By Tas Bindi for ZDNet

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