Security fears fail to hold back Wi-Fi

Friday, 4 March 2005, 3:01 PM EST

Despite security fears, the market for wireless Lan gear will roughly double in value and triple in unit shipments by 2009, largely thanks to next-generation technology delivering higher throughput, longer range and greater capacity.

According to a newly published report by Datacomm Research Company, soaring demand for wireless home entertainment technology will help drive the boom.

By Robert Jaques at Computing.

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