Cirond Corp. this week said the company is shifting focus from managing to securing wireless LANs.
"We have decided to focus the entire resources of our company and leverage our mature technologies in this space," said Nicholas Miller, Cirond president and CEO.
Despite already being crowded with 24 WLAN security-related vendors, Wai Sing Lee, analyst with Frost & Sullivan, describes the market potential as "humungous." In 2003, demand for wireless security leaped to $104 million worldwide, according to Lee.
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