Frank Hanzlik, managing director of the 6-year-old Austin, Texas-based Wi-Fi Alliance, said the new specifications will help application developers use the software code that operates Wi-Fi devices to save on power usage. In particular, the specs provide details about how software and products can be better integrated to operate only when needed, conserving power between user sessions.
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