After what seems like an eternity (7 years actually), the IEE has finally ratified and approved the 802.11n wireless standard officially, making it over two years since the final draft was given its nod of approval. Well, that hasn’t stopped companies from unleashing a torrent of 802.11n products for the past few years, and this rubber stamp just made things official. More to come in terms of wireless routers and similar devices, perhaps?
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