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HP Integration Strategies: Wi-Fi is getting ready for work

Information technologies have percolated from the enterprise domain into process control and automation since the 1980s. Soon Wi-Fi wireless local area networks (WLAN) will become widel..

Forbes, H., ARC Advisory Group

Information technologies have percolated from the enterprise domain into process control and automation since the 1980s. Soon Wi-Fi wireless local area networks (WLAN) will become widely adopted in the enterprise IT space. This uptake will be jump-started by new performance, management and security capabilities, some of which are being promoted now in advance of fully ratified IEEE standards through strategies such as no-fee licensing. As this occurs, widespread enterprise WLAN deployment will create far greater opportunity for wireless growth in automation and process management applications. Wi-Fi is growing. These pro

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