XCOM’s 60GHz network for extended reality (XR) supports fully immersive, untethered, multi-user experiences for simulated military and defense training environments.
XCOM Labs, a high-performance wireless technology innovator, and The VOID, a hyper-reality experiential entertainment creator, are combining the best of wireless innovation and imagination for a hyper-realistic virtual reality experience on June 1 – 3 at AWE USA 2022.
XCOM Labs will showcase its wireless extended reality (XR) system that allows multiple users to move freely and simultaneously through photorealistic and interactive digital environments during AWE USA 2022 from June 1 to 3 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
TDK Corporation (TSE: 6762) announced today that subsidiary TDK Ventures, Inc. has invested in wireless communications disruptor XCOM Labs to expedite the development of their 5G and wireless communications solutions, which emphasize bandwidth capacity, latency reduction/elimination, and compute load balancing. XCOM is working to apply their technology to the future of work and Industry 4.0, where wireless technologies could enable smart factories, automation, off-site training, and more immersive telework experiences. This extends further to telemedicine, entertainment, and even defense applications to help train and prepare military personnel. XCOM’s executive team – Dr. Paul Jacobs, Derek Aberle, and Matt Grob – was responsible for many of the breakthrough technologies seen in the 2G/3G/4G revolutions.
XCOM Labs demonstrated a wirelessly enabled augmented reality experience for a group of military and defense leaders during the first public unveiling of its groundbreaking wireless extended reality (XR) indoor mobile system at IEEE MILCOM 2021 in San Diego. XCOM’s wireless XR system provides seamless mobility, consistent and high data rates for all users, very low latency, and outstanding robustness to blockage for large-scale indoor deployments serving multiple users simultaneously.