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The $7 billion is not being wasted. Microsoft’s Virtual WiFi technology, which makes a single WLAN card to appear as multiple virtual WiFi cards is pretty cool. Each virtual card can connect different wireless network. Might help solve some of the quality issues with today’s networks.

The $7 billion is not being wasted. Microsoft’s Virtual WiFi technology, which makes a single WLAN card to appear as multiple virtual WiFi cards is pretty cool. Each virtual card can connect different wireless network. Might help solve some of the quality issues with today’s networks.

By Om Malik

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    I see little use or novelty in this functionality. Even worse, I think thing poses a huge security threat if implemented on an enterprise network.

    I noted some more details on my blog:

    http://www.wlanblog.com/?p=97

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