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Peraso names CEO as it moves into chips for wireless VR

Peraso Technologies has appointed Bill McLean as CEO to advance its goal of selling wireless networking chips based on the Wireless Gigabit (WiGig) standard. These chips could bring new flexibility to emerging applications such as virtual reality, and McLean aims to help develop those business opportunities. Right now, VR headsets aren’t selling as well as […]
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