InfoWorld writes about “the seamless hand off between public, corporate, and home networks is here, erasing traditional boundaries and ushering in a time in which one pervasive network will prevail.”
WLANs are reaching out to provide network connectivity between offices, hallways, and conference rooms. But it doesn’t end there. Wireless coverage is on a steady march into public spaces, homes, and cars, and by the end of 2003 it will board the plane on a traveler’s next flight.
While the business and social repercussions are still being understood, the end result is the arrival of transparent, seamless access to services, regardless of location, according to Anil Uberoy of Xacct.