Chisinau, Moldova, January 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- User feedback at Daihinia.com has revealed that an increasing number of people are using Windows 64-bit platforms because 32-bit systems are locking down their hardware performance. To keep up with this trend Daihinia has released a version that includes new support for 64-bit Windows as well as ongoing support for 32-bit Windows platforms.
Daihinia is software for Windows PCs that turns a simple WiFi Ad-Hoc network into a Multi-Hop Ad-Hoc network. A chain of cooperating Daihinia nodes can extend WiFi network range when wired connectivity is not practical.
Daihinia provides this capability by adding a transparent network layer to the existing network stack in such a way that wireless network connectivity can be expanded by the computers that participate in the Daihinia wireless network.
The Daihinia project was started in the summer of 2006 by Vitalie Vrabie, based in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova. Currently Daihinia has thousands of users across the globe.