Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Home Entertainment Goes Wireless

Top Tech NewsThere are also threats from rival solutions. Members of the defunct WiMedia Alliance, including Texas Instruments, continue working on alternatives. Some observers, such as Kurt Scherf, vice-president and principal analyst at Dallas-based consultancy Parks Associates, also foresee competition from enhanced versions of the popular Wi-Fi standard now used for wireless networking in hotspots.

From the article, "Home Entertainment Goes Wireless" by Neal Sandler

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