Monday, October 11, 2004

802.11a comes out fighting

The Register...But the real prize will be a mass home market. According to recent research from Parks Associates, home networking will be a $12bn business in the US alone by 2008, while In-Stat/MDR is more cautious, predicting $17.1bn globally by the same date, split about equally between the US, Asia and EMEA. Both companies believe the Microsoft XP Media Center and the PC will be the key drivers and that Wi-Fi will be the primary network.

From the article "802.11a comes out fighting," by Wireless Watch.

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