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Broadcom launches 5th generation Wi-Fi chips in India

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VoicenData Bureau
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Broadcom has launched a family of IEEE 802.11ac chips based on 5th generation of Wi-Fi, which will address the needs for a more robust and efficient wireless network currently in demand in enterprise, wireless cloud networks, and carrier access.

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The company also introduced a new 1Ghz 3G baseband and reference design for smartphones in India, which include baseband, RF, and InConcert connectivity suit enabling Wi-Fi direct, bluetooth low energy, advanced navigation, and NFC.

''Broadcom has been getting ready to enable ODM’s manage this massive shift in being able to develop the next generation of affordable smart phones and is playing a lead role in how we communicate and consume information, with video and applications becoming an even more common part of our global conversation,'' said Rajiv Kapur, MD, Broadcom India.

The company's new family of 3G platforms will enable handset OEMs to affordably deliver Android 4.0 user experience, across multiple smartphone product tiers.

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