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Broadcom wireless solution receives Wi-Fi nod

Posted: 10 Jul 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:broadcom? wi-fi? 802.11g? wireless?

Broadcom Corp. has announced that its 54g access point reference design has received the Wi-Fi certification for 802.11g. The Wi-Fi certification indicates that Broadcom's reference design has been proven to work seamlessly with all other Wi-Fi-certified 802.11g and 802.11b products.

"Now that 802.11g is an official IEEE standard and the Wi-Fi Alliance has begun its certification for guaranteed interoperability, wireless customers can confidently adopt 802.11g products," said Joseph Byrne, Principal Analyst at Gartner. "This is especially important for businesses deploying wireless equipment from various manufacturers, since products certified for 802.11g are guaranteed to be interoperable with all other Wi-Fi certified 802.11g and 802.11b equipment."

Products based on 54g technology are expected to achieve maximum performance, providing the highest throughput and range. Broadcom recently enhanced its OneDriver software with Xpress technology, which improves the efficiency of data traveling over a wireless network to increase overall throughput.

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