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The worldwide wireless LAN (WLAN) semiconductor market is expected to pass the 4 bln USD mark by 2012 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.8%. While PCs will remain the largest application segment for WLAN semiconductors, mobile phone applications will grow at a CAGR of 49.3% and become the second-largest category for WLAN [...]
Ruckus Wireless launched a new line of products for the small to mid enterprise wireless LAN space. Ruckus was a maker of smart antenna technology specializing in smooth and reliable data delivery for IPTV applications but now they are extending this technology to the enterprise space.
This isn't an outstanding product: it fails to impress in terms of performance or features, and doesn't make up for this with a low price.
For most of 1999 and into 2000, B2B applications were some of the hottest technology on the hype meter. They were going to help streamline buying and selling.
As more applications come onto the local area network (LAN), it is time to look into simple and immediate ways to expand the network's ability to take on heavier traffic.
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