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ABI Research sees fast transition to 802.11ac

9/17/2011 08:47 PM EDT
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re: ABI Research sees fast transition to 802.11ac
LarryM99   9/19/2011 9:24:10 PM
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Fast movement to 802.11n may not be completely reliable as an indication of movement beyond that. Companies are reluctant to upgrade infrastructure right now, and home users would have to see clear benefits before they will set aside their shiny new routers. As they say, past history may not be indicative of future performance. Larry M.

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