Microsoft and 3Com are developing home networking products aimed at making it easier for home users to connect their PCs and share internet access.
The co-branded product line will initially include traditional ethernet and home phone line networking kits, with radio frequency and, at a later date, power line carrier kits. The first products are scheduled for release to OEMs this summer, with retail kits expected by the autumn.
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