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February 7th, 2005
Researchers at the 2005 International Solid State Circuits Conference agreed that wireless networking will become ubiquitous and intelligent, but differed on how the networks will be rolled out.
In pre-conference interviews, plenary speakers Daeje Chin of South Korea and Hugo De Man of Belgium both said intelligent wireless networking would consist of building blocks based on nanotechnology or CMOS devices reflecting extreme variations on Moore's Law.
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