"Increased competition and advanced chip integration will continue to create intense pricing pressure in the WLAN market, however, opportunities still exist for vendors to differentiate themselves from the pack," said Celeste Crystal, senior research analyst at IDC. "Low power consumption as a result of single-chip designs, increasingly robust quality of service (QoS) mechanisms, and the role of WLAN in consumer VoIP all provide opportunities to build loyalty."
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