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OrangeWare offers \'super\' 802.11 wireless driver

updated 07:15 am EDT, Mon May 3, 2004

802.11a/b/g networking

OrangeWare today announced Version 3.0 of its 802.11a/b/g ".", which it says runs at up to 108 Mb/s and supports over 20 different wireless cards. "OrangeWare offers the Wireless Driver for Mac to end users for $15. When it is combined with a host of non-Apple wireless cards, it can run at the newest performance modes called 'Super G' or 'Turbo Super G'. These capabilities are offered only on wireless cards using the Atheros wireless chipset." The drives enable Mac users to use low-cost AirPort card alternatives, upgrade to faster networking from 802.11b networking, and connect to 802.11a networks. A free trial is available.




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  1. Eugene

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Atheros only

    Atheros, okay. Broadcom, okay. Still waiting for Intersil Prism chipset based card support...

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