DigiTimes today said that D-Link has revealed its WiMax product strategy and plans for European rollout of draft 802.11n products.
The WiMax information is short on details, but includes plans for "network cards with different interfaces such as integrated wireless LAN, Bluetooth and WiMAX support".
The draft 802.11n report said that the company plans to "start marketing its low-priced 802.11n products, utilizing WLAN chips coming from Taiwan-based Ralink Technology, in the European market in the fourth quarter". D-Link's draft 11n U.S. products are based on Atheros' XSPAN chipset.
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