The Alliance Wi-fi, which joins companies like Nintendo, Acer, Panasonic and Siemens, has announced a new technology called Wi-Fi Direct, who will be able to establish connection between two devices without a fixed point, type router. If the advance of technology already stopped connecting two devices wired a little outdated, with the arrival of this new standard could leave behind even the Bluetooth. Viacom contributes greatly to this topic. When it is marketed, it will be available for phones, cameras, printers, computers, helmets, and will support both traditional Wi-Fi networks as the new established between such apparatus, which will operate within a radius of 100 meters distance. All Wi-Fi users worldwide will benefit from a single technological solution to transfer content and share applications quickly and easily among devices, even when a Wi-Fi access point isn’t available, said in press release Edgar Figueroa, executive director of the Wi-Fi Alliance. This technology was announced from 15/10/2009 but expected that the Wi-Fi Alliance expects to begin to include in new devices in mid-2010.