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Take our survey on wireless LAN use

Wireless data transfer is expected to rival wireless voice communications by 2003. We want to know what you think about wireless LAN use.

Analysts predict that wireless data transfer will be a part of our LANs in the next few years. In fact, many companies are finding a use for wireless LANs now.

In the U.S., wireless voice communications have been the focus of development, but as we enter the second and third generations of wireless technology, Sprint and MCI WorldCom predict that wireless data transfers will rival voice by 2003.

Data transfer speeds seem to be the major sticking point for some who haven’t taken advantage of wireless data transfer. Gartner analysts predict that rates will not reach a minimum of 64 Kbps until 2005.

We want to know if you're using wireless LANs and what you think are the most compelling reasons to set one up.

Take our survey!
What do you think about wireless LAN technologies? Take our short survey and earn 100 TechPoints!

 

Analysts predict that wireless data transfer will be a part of our LANs in the next few years. In fact, many companies are finding a use for wireless LANs now.

In the U.S., wireless voice communications have been the focus of development, but as we enter the second and third generations of wireless technology, Sprint and MCI WorldCom predict that wireless data transfers will rival voice by 2003.

Data transfer speeds seem to be the major sticking point for some who haven’t taken advantage of wireless data transfer. Gartner analysts predict that rates will not reach a minimum of 64 Kbps until 2005.

We want to know if you're using wireless LANs and what you think are the most compelling reasons to set one up.

Take our survey!
What do you think about wireless LAN technologies? Take our short survey and earn 100 TechPoints!

 

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