Intel Abandoning HomeRF Ship

Albright, Peggy
April 2001
Wireless Week;04/09/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 15, p16
Trade Publication
Deals with the decision of Intel Corp. not to pursue the HomeRF 2.0 wireless networking platform. Reason behind the decision to support the IEEE 802.11b wireless Ethernet standard; Customers targeted for the standard; Advantages of the technology.


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