My spin: Seeing this story on CNet takes me back to, two articles I did in mentioning HomeRF here and here
HomeRF brought together a good number of tech vendors, but Wi-Fi, it’s evident is the winning wireless standard.
A consortium of companies promoting a wireless home networking specification to compete with Wi-Fi disbanded at the beginning of the year, representing its commercial end.
The HomeRF Working Group is no longer developing, promoting or distributing the HomeRF specification, Ken Haase, the former chairman and a product marketing director at Proxim, confirmed late Tuesday. But HomeRF will be available through university partners who may study and expand upon it. (full story)
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