Intel Wants to Makes Laptops and Tablets with Round the Clock In-Built WiFi
Using internet round the clock and especially on the go has become almost a daily activity of those to whom internet connectivity means a living and not just a business. More things are being penetrated by the technology of internet and the technology of all those things which are related to the internet, whether it is social media or other online businesses and their portfolios.
Intel intends to make WiFi universal by making new ultrabooks and tablets have it for free in an in-built form that will keep your internet running round the clock. Intel will make this possible through its partnership with Devicescape, which is WiFi-focused software. Intel will use its Smart Connect technology for this purpose and it will automatically connect devices in even in their sleep mode to those hotspots through detection.
These hotspots are Devicespace’s network access points of quality-controlled WiFi. Around 8 million of these will make users from around the world use internet. Devicespace calls this technology “curated virtual network”, which it really is as it is updated through crowdsourced mobile devices all running Devicespace. This is something which is used in mobiles to allow WiFi connection and mobile carriers depend on it to provide internet service to its customers. According to the CEO of Devicespace:
“Smartphones have changed end-user expectations around their device experience, and elements of the mobile experience will naturally make their way into personal computers and tablets.”