Chipset developer Metalink has announced what the company says is an 802.11n-compliant chipset that can achieve speeds of 240 Mbps (of course, since 802.11n technically isn't a standard yet, it's not really compliant). Metalink is marketing the chipset to the home-video industry, including makers of HDTV sets and DVRs. With any luck, we'll see some real streaming video equipment based on this sometime next year.
Metalink plans wireless chipset with 240 Mbps throughput
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