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China Won’t Impose WiFi Standard

The proprietary standard would have effectively kept Intel and other companies making chips for the popular technology called WiFi, or wireless fidelity, out of the Chinese market. China is the fastest-growing market for personal computers in the world.

“This is a very big, big relief for a number of companies that are interested in trying to have standards that are international,’ said Rhett Dawson, president of the Information Technology Industry Council, a lobbying group in Washington.

Read more at Mercury News.