by Drew Baron and Mitesh Desai
Windows 8 is designed to provide a connected experience to users on a broad range of device form factors. In order to get and keep users connected to the Internet, the Windows team has made significant investments in Wi-Fi connectivity. This session will cover new Windows 8 Wi-Fi functionality, as well as improvements in connection times and power consumption.
by Mitesh Desai and Yatharth Gupta
Wi-Fi Direct is a new peer-to-peer device connectivity technology that enables high-bandwidth sharing of media and content between devices without requiring a separate Wi-Fi access point. Windows 8 natively supports Wi-Fi Direct and has integrated the technology into the Windows 8 Play To and proximity sharing experiences. In this session, you will learn how to build great devices that take advantage of Wi-Fi Direct connectivity and the Windows 8 in-box device experiences.
13th–16th September 2011