SPOTLIGHT: ABI: 802.11n to reach 99 percent of higher ed in 2013

A new report released by ABI Research says 99 percent of all North American universities will be using 802.11n WiFi by 2013. Today, less than 3 percent of universities and colleges are using WiFi. Global revenue from WiFi access point and controller equipment in the higher-education space will jump more than six times from $137 million in 2007 to $837 million in 2013, ABI says. Article

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