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Wi-Fi WLAN Equipment 2Q05 Results

According to In-Stat, revenue for wireless LAN equipment was flat in 2Q05 due to seasonality, but was up 17 percent year over year. Total worldwide Wi-Fi revenue for 2Q05 was $741.3 million, up from $613 million in 2Q04. Quarter over quarter revenue was up by less than 1 percent. The market is expected to continue its growth in 3Q05, propelled by back-to-school spending.

Wi-Fi unit shipments showed a 14 gain from 2004, boosted by strong sales to business customers. Some established consumer product vendors are starting to see traction in the business segment with business-class, wireless product shipments. Shipments of business-class products represented close to 8 percent of D-Link�s WLAN products shipments in 2Q05. Outdoor, die-cast WLAN equipment and managed Access Points (APs) comprised the bulk of D-Link�s shipments to business.

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