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Grant Moerschel
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Enterprise Wi-Fi Survey

I'm working on a followup to my last State of Wi-Fi report, which garnered huge response. A lot has happened: This time last year, the IEEE promoted 802.11n to an official standard. The Wi-Fi Alliance quickly followed by declaring any 802.11n DRAFT 2.0 devices as "n CERTIFIED." But has any of that changed your plans for displacing copper to the desktop with a WLAN?

I'm working on a followup to my last State of Wi-Fi report, which garnered huge response. A lot has happened: This time last year, the IEEE promoted 802.11n to an official standard. The Wi-Fi Alliance quickly followed by declaring any 802.11n DRAFT 2.0 devices as "n CERTIFIED." But has any of that changed your plans for displacing copper to the desktop with a WLAN?If 11n didn't move you, maybe the steady introduction of new wireless-only devices will?

I need your input -- and questions -- to help me produce the best report possible. Please take some time to check out my new Wi-Fi survey, which is designed to gauge interest and plans in the technology as a replacement for wired access. Hey, you might win an iTouch. Thanks

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