Wi Media transferred specifications, to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), Wireless USB Promoter Group and the USB Implementers Forum.
It was designed to operate in the 3.1 to 10.6 GHz frequency range, although local regulatory policies may restrict the legal operating range in some countries.
These products included embedded cards in the notebook PCs or adapters for those PCs that do not currently include Wireless USB.
In 2008, a new Wireless USB Docking Station from Kensington was made available through Dell.
A laptop with an Intel host adapter using an Alereon PHY was used to transfer high definition video from a Philips wireless semiconductor with a Staccato Communications PHY, all using Microsoft Windows XP drivers developed for Wireless USB. The first retail product was shipped by IOGEAR using Alereon, Intel and NEC silicon in mid-2007.
Around the same time, Belkin, Dell, Lenovo and D-Link began shipping products that incorporated Wi Quest technology.