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The introduction of 802.11n means that wireless networks can now exceed the throughput of switched Ethernet. This has led many organizations to consider making wireless the preferred network access method, relied on for constant connectivity rather than just occasional portability. The case for wireless becoming the standard method of network connection is powerful. Compared to Ethernet, building a wireless network requires far less cabling and network hardware. The benefits aren't confined to cost savings. Wireless also means greater flexibility and responsiveness to changing organizational needs. And it's what end users want.
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