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In-Stat DataIn-Stat reports that Cisco and NETGEAR have gained share in the Wireless LAN equipment market last quarter.

The 4Q10 Wireless LAN Tracker report says worldwide revenue for the Wi-Fi Network Equipment market increased by 9.1% quarter-over-quarter.

The company said Cisco remains the number one WLAN vendor in terms of revenue. But NETGEAR has overtaken Technicolor (formerly Thomson Telecom) to move into the number two position.

You can dig into the numbers from the report below. Or if you have an extra $3500 or so, you can order up the report. (4Q10 Wireless LAN Tracker: By Region, Form Factor, Technology, and Vendor [#1105009WL]) .

In-Stat 2009 WLAN Market Share

2009 Revenue Shares Wi-Fi Equipment Market (In-Stat)

2009, 2010 Wi-Fi Equipment Market Revenue (In-Stat)

In-Stat 2010 WLAN Market Share

2010 Revenue Shares Wi-Fi Equipment Market (In-Stat)

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