WiGig, the 60GHz wireless networking tech capable of delivering gigabit speeds, is to gain HDMI compatibility. The organisation behind the technology, the WiGig Alliance, last night announced the finalisation of the first release of its WiGig Bus Extension (WBE), a so-called "protocol adaption layer" that allows traffic from …
Seems a little bandwidth hungry
HDMI is uncompressed, video is easily compressed to n bandwidth levels with little or no artifacting (See Bluray as an example). So why hog all that bandwidth with uncompressed data?
multiple channels? lots of DRM?