RoW International Short Takes
News | 10/15/2002 4:00 am EDT
Home networking dominated by 802.11 and Ethernet According to In-Stat/MDR, the home networking market continues to be dominated by wireless LAN (various iterations of 802.11) and Ethernet technologies. The technology market research firm reports that the current market is focused primarily on data sharing. According to its data, Ethernet has taken the lion's share of total units shipped with 60%. Wireless LANs take in about 38% of the total, while the remaining 2% is shared between HomePlug and HPNA. In-Stat/MDR's data also shows that Linksys is leading in market share in the first half of 2002 with Netgear and D-Link following.
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