802.11's Maturity Propels WLAN Adoption

Frost & Sullivan has come out with a report that is useful to you only if you haven’t been paying attention at all to the WiFi market over the past couple of years. Basically they say WiFi is catching on. The products have gotten cheaper, the standards are accepted, and people are buying. Then they take a real leap of faith and predict that over the next four years or so, people will gradually migrate from 802.11b to 802.11a and 802.11g products. Not really sure why they bothered putting out a report that pretty much states what everyone has come to expect already.

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