SPOTLIGHT: Education WiFi Spending to Double

According to a new study from Datamonitor, WiFi spending in the education market is set to reach $208 million by 2008, more than double from 2004. WLANs allow educational institutions to save money using laptops and electronic access for both educational materials and administrative functions. Article

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