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Wireless Networking Hardware

Does 802.11n Spell the 'End of Ethernet'? 404

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the not-bloody-likely dept.
alphadogg writes "Is the advent of the 802.11n wireless standard the 'end of Ethernet'... at least in terms of client access to the LAN? That's the provocative title, and thesis, of a new report in which the author began looking into the question when he heard a growing number of clients asking whether it was time to discontinue wired LAN deployments for connecting clients. Would 11n, the next generation high-throughput Wi-Fi, make the RJ45 connector in the office wall as obsolete as gaslights?"
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Does 802.11n Spell the 'End of Ethernet'?

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