Experts Warn Of ‘Bumpy’ Transition To 802.11n

In-Stat sees a “bumpy” transition from IEEE 802.11b/g Wi-Fi to the next-gen 802.11n standard. The analyst firm believes the move to 802.11n will be more difficult than that to 802.11g from 802.11b. Though formal ratification of the IEEE 802.11n wireless Lan standard may not happen until next year, wireless networking firms have already developed products such as routers, clients and access points based on draft 1.0 of the emerging standard. According to In-Stat analyst Victoria Fodale, “buyers of these products are early adopters willing to pay two to three times the price of standard 802.11g products.”
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