New, Faster Network Standard Drives Growth For Hardware Maker
In writing, changing one letter can sometimes make all the difference. Such is also the case in the tech world, as when wireless networking went from G to N. The Wi-Fi standard adopted in 2003, 802.11g, was fine for your laptop or smart phone, but it was a little poky for businesses. The 802.11n standard offers more speed and capacity. It's been around for more than two years, but it got a big boost in September when the standard-setting trade
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