Zie ook [url=http://maccentral.macworld.com/news/2003/06/27/airport/]MacCentral[/url]:
[quote:596a02e895]Recently, some parties have discovered that AirPort 3.1 also works with third-party 802.11g cards. On Thursday, Asante became one of the first third-party card makers to openly endorse the use of its products with Apple's AirPort drivers when the company announced that its new CardBus 802.11g card -- designed to work with laptops including Apple's PowerBook G4 -- functioned with AirPort 3.1 drivers.
Apple vice president of hardware product marketing Greg Joswiak told MacCentral that he doesn’t think Asante will be the last 802.11g product vendor to reach out to Mac customers.
“We did build support for third parties into AirPort 3.1,” Joswiak confirmed. Joswiak explained that the decision was made to help users of older Macs upgrade to 802.11g – a frequent request of Mac users since AirPort Extreme was introduced six months ago.[/quote:596a02e895]