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Bluetooth has lost, declares Intel executive
Posted: 30-Aug-2001 [Source: C/Net]

["802.11 has won" according to Sean Maloney speaking this week at an Intel Developer Forum press conference.]

By Michael Kanellos -- "Bluetooth has already lost the battle to become the wireless network standard, according to the head of Intel's communications strategy.

"Bluetooth--which lets cell phones, notebooks and other devices create wireless networks that can then link to the Web--is not going to become a mainstream technology, according to Sean Maloney, vice president and general manager of the Intel Communications Group. Maloney made the comments during a press conference Wednesday at the Intel Developer Forum.

"Instead, 802.11 will emerge as the de facto standard for connecting wirelessly to the Internet.


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