Ultra-wideband Players Get $20M to Merge

Today, Ultra-wideband chip makers Artimi and Staccato Communications announced $20 million in funding and a merger agreement, which seems like tying two leaky boats together, giving them some more gas and hoping they make it to shore.…

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Ultra-wideband Near Death as WiQuest Shuts Down

EETimes reported that Ultra-wideband startup WiQuest has shut its doors. This is a sad day for the more than 120 employees of the Allen, Texas chipmaker and unfortunate for the venture backers who put at least $54 million in the wireless networking company, but it's something we should prepare to see more of as the wave of startups backing that standard finally run out of money and compelling arguments for the technology…

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Too Many Signals: Delivering Wireless HD Video

Like Everest, the goal of wirelessly delivering high-definition video without compression may not be necessary, but it's there, so technologists have to attempt it. Here are the three biggest wireless technologies aiming to deliver high-def video to your TV.…

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