Bay has acquired Netwave Technologies for $10 million to expand its wireless LAN portfolio.
Netwave develops wireless connectivity products for portable PC users. The company shipped the industry's first wireless LAN adapter to be fully integrated on a PC card in 1995, and expects to beat rivals to market products supporting IEEE 802.11 specifications for wireless Lan technology.
The products enable up to 20 portable users to hook up to a corporate LAN. It also enables terminals to be moved within small sites without the need to recable or rewire.
Netwave's products will be bundled together with Bay's Baystack range for the small medium enterprise (SME) market.
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