Intel will reportedly end sales of WiGig components for Broadwell and Skylake systems, though they will still be available for Kaby Lake. The company will refocus its WiGig efforts elsewhere.
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Microsoft has revealed that the upcoming Creators Update for Windows 10 will include support for the new 60GHz Wi-Fi 802.11ad protocol, and says it will enable wireless docking in a future update.
For years the Wi-Fi Alliance has been promising the introduction of the new wireless standard. Dubbed WiGig, the new technology is expected to become mainstream next year and offer excellent speeds.