A new fix for wireless woes?

Monday, 19 May 2003, 11:19 PM EST

Within months, federal agencies will reap the rewards of the growing wireless local-area network (WLAN) market, as major government contracts begin offering a new class of wireless network gear stamped with much-needed federal certification.

These new devices are called wireless switches, and several companies, including a few start-ups, are poised to begin offering them. The switches are expected to provide a level of security and centralized management previously missing in most WLAN deployments.

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