July 2008
PC Business Products;Jul2008, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Realtek Semiconductor Corp. will supply Fujitsu Limited with the key component to bring multiple wireless USB enabled notebooks to market. Fujitsu next-generation notebooks will provide customers enhanced wireless connectivity and ease of use. Wireless USB builds on the proven USB ecosystem by adding the convenience and ease-of-use of wireless operation base on innovative ultra-wideband technology. Wireless USB brings enhanced value to the computer and improved customer experience.


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