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Paul Callahan updates his report on 802.11n silicon: He had earlier noted credible first-person reports that Marvell’s upcoming 802.11n chips were performing quite poorly in early testing. Marvell rebutted that to him, stating that they have chips in production (not just sampling or small quantities for testing), that performance is fine, and that consumer devices like gateways will sport the chips—not just specialized products.
Proof is in the pudding, of course, but the pudding should be out of the oven and in the fridge within a few weeks.
Posted by Glennf at March 21, 2006 1:11 PM