SPOTLIGHT: Enterprise WLAN Sales Continue to Grow


Large companies will spend about $1.1 billion on wireless LAN gear this year, and the market will grow to $3.5 billion by 2009, according to the Dell'Ora Group. Improved security, handsets with built-in WiFi access, and a surge in VoIP and wireless VoIP applications will fuel the demand. Meanwhile, access points will evolve from remote outposts to becoming a major part of corporate IT and communications networks. Article

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