A report just issued by research company In-Stat says growth of the Wi-Fi mesh networking equipment market will slow by 10% from 2006 through the end of this year.
In-Stat says that "strong growth" will continue for Wi-Fi mesh access points for the next several years, as shipments grow more than three-fold between 2006 and 2011. Most of that growth however will come between 2006 and 2008, with growth rates rapidly declining starting in 2009.
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