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Intel cancels ICH6RW Wireless chip -  no more WiFi - Intel cancels ICH6RW Wireless chip - no more WiFi
Mon, September 27 2004 | 12:49AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Intel will halt manufacture of the Intel 915/925X wireless-enabled chipsets, which include a "W" suffix to indicate the presence of the special connector to the wireless module. Intel will also halt development on the software drivers and utilities designed for the AP, as well as the desktop WiFi daughtercard itself, Snyder said. OEMs still have the option to source a discrete WiFi radio and software from a third party, however, he said.

Intel decided to phase out the once heavily-touted feature because of the prevalence of low-cost access points available from third parties."

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