802.11g picked up where 802.11b left

802.11g picked up where 802.11b left

Summary: Products based on 802.11g picked up where 802.11b slackened in the second quarter of 2003 and helped maintain strong growth in wireless networking...

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Products based on 802.11g picked up where 802.11b slackened in the second quarter of 2003 and helped maintain strong growth in wireless networking, according to research firm Dell

Topic: Networking

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