DigiTimes is reporting that Intel will add 802.11a support to its Centrino mobile technology next month. Centrino will also get 802.11g support by the end of the year.
As far as support for faster standards goes, Intel's Centrino technology is well behind discrete wireless products. 802.11a and 802.11g wireless access points, routers, and network cards have been available from a number of different manufacturers for some time, but Centrino is only now upgrading from 802.11b.
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