The new 802.11g standard will get another vote of confidence this week when Gateway Inc. rolls out notebooks ready for the wireless LAN protocol. “The move comes as several vendors prepare new gear enabled for a variety of wireless platforms in conjunction with the first CeBit America show in New York. Gateway will join Broadcom Corp. to offer notebooks that incorporate 802.11g, which was ratified by the IEEE Thursday. 802.11g offers speeds that more than double those of 802.11b. Gateway last week also unveiled two notebooks that support Intel Corp.’s Centrino chip set, which supports 802.11b.”
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