The US division of 3Com will at the end of April offer a PC card which unites x2 and K56Flex technology in one unit.
But a representative for 3Com UK said today that availability for the product here will be at the end of April.
That tends to confirm industry reports and official confirmations that there are still many issues to resolve when the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) meets at the end of this month.
A document on Rockwell's site said over the weekend that it will be some time before the issue over standards is resolved, and gave the worst estimate as in Autumn this year.
Nevertheless the document says Rockwell is hopeful the issues will be resolved this year and described them as good news for end users and consumers.
The PC card from 3Com, announced in the USA, will include a Lan adaptor and uses the x2 standard.
That is unlikely to pre-empt any steps the ITU makes over the 56Kbps standard, despite the flak which has flown between the different players over the last months.
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