Thursday, January 20, 2005

Wi-Fi Surpasses Ethernet In Home Networking

Tech WebMore households now use Wi-Fi networking than Ethernet, a trend that will lead to an explosion of new applications, according to a survey released this week by Parks Associates.

"This is truly a watershed finding," John Barrett, director of research at Parks Associates, said in a statement. "Establishing a solid base of wireless home networks is crucial for the adoption of next-generation services. Many applications such as home control, home security, or even multimedia distribution are impractical with an Ethernet-only network."

From the article "Wi-Fi Surpasses Ethernet In Home Networking," by Mobile Pipeline News.

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