Wi-Fi 802.11 to be delayed till mid 2007?

Posted on Sunday, Sep 18 2005 @ 23:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Analysts claim the next-generation Wi-Fi 802.11n standard may arrive later than expected because of a movement led by Intel. According to ABI Research the ratification of the standard could even be delayed until mid-2007.
"Four major companies … holding the lion's share of the Wi-Fi chipset market have formed a third camp with the aim of writing a whole new proposal," Solis noted. That will likely lead to a delay in ratification of the new standard.
More details at Information Week


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