NEW YORK — a, b, a/b, or g?
Anyone attending Intel’s
new Centrino Wi-Fi-enabled chipset launch
Wednesday could not avoid the alphabet soup-like discussions about the
different 802.11 wireless LAN
At the same time, the chip maker found itself answering critics who questioned
the company sent Centrino into the marketplace wedded to only one 802.11
version — 802.11b