Summary:

As it happens in any market where there is too much competition, the industry folks start sniping at each other. The Wi-Fi chipset business is no different. Today Glen Fleishman and Nancy Gohring filed a very interesting piece for the PC World. According to the report, […]

As it happens in any market where there is too much competition, the industry folks start sniping at each other. The Wi-Fi chipset business is no different. Today Glen Fleishman and Nancy Gohring filed a very interesting piece for the PC World. According to the report, “Broadcom says that Atheros’s 108 Mbps mode in its Super G featureset found in NetGear and D-Link devices significantly degrades nearby network performance across the entire 2.4 GHz band.” Broadcom will back up their allegations with proof at the Comdex next week, and we felt this was the right time to provide the context we’d be been researching all week for the story. You can read the story on 802.11b Networking News

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