Bits + chips
Ralink and Broadcom executives predict 11n chips to grow strong in 2008
Cage Chao, Taipei; Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES

Despite having a higher priced than 802.11g chips, demand for 802.11n chips is expected to pick up in 2008, with the segment's share of the WLAN market rising 20% next year, according to executives from Ralink Technology and Broadcom.

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