SPOTLIGHT: ABI: Entertainment devices to spur 802.11n demand

ABI Research predicts the growth of 802.11n connected entertainment devices will outstrip other networking technologies as WiFi-enabled consumer electronics proliferate. Demand from consumers and device manufacturers to unleash video entertainment around the home will create a need for high-speed networking technology, leading to 216 million 802.11n chipsets being targeted toward consumer electronics devices by 2011. Release

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