Newswireless.net – Last month's CeBIT trade show in Hannover, Germany featured dozens of Wi-Fi access points - some set up by show organizers, some by those manning the booth. Disaster ensued: all those points set up by different organizations interfered with one another. Show attendees who had paid CeBIT for access overwhelmed the tech support booth. Read this cautionary tale to find out what might happen as Wi-Fi starts to approach saturation.
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