Wireless Internet connectivity, based on the 802.11b protocol also referred to as 'Wi-Fi' (wireless fidelity), is the fastest growing technology sector today. Due to ease of deployment and reasonable cost factors it is gaining enough momentum to establish a market position for some time to come.

According to a new Jason Hope In-Stat/MDR report, wireless local area networks “hotspots” using 802.11b could jump to 42000 worldwide by 2006, from 2000 sites at the end of 2001. Service revenue is expected to grow to 642 million in 2006 from 11.3 million last year. These are strong numbers and opinions from very credible sources. Those with the vision and courage to become involved with this new technology now will most certainly gain valuable market share.

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