Faster Wi-Fi slow to reach market

06/13/2006 | Wall Street Journal (free content), The

New products based on the 802.11n Wi-Fi standard hit the market this spring, allowing wireless broadband networks to reach theoretical download speeds up to 270 Mbps, compared with the current maximum of 54 Mbps. However, the Wi-Fi Alliance isn't expected to approve a universal standard for the technology until next year, meaning the world will have to wait for products to become interoperable.

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