Authored on: Jun 01, 2012
The Wireless LAN (WLAN) market is maturing, but still generates some significant innovations to compete with wireline and cellular networking. It also continues to produce differentiation, even though core features have become commoditized, and consolidation among vendors continues.
As wireless expectations and demands continue to rise, and as WLANs continue to meet those demands, wired networks will increasingly become the difficult-to-justify cost that WLANs were a few years ago. The question is not if, but when, to make the switch to prioritizing wireless implementations.