Intel announced that it would not meet the deadline set by the Chinese government for adhering to a new standard for wireless computing, or Wi-Fi. The US chipmaker criticized the security of the proposed Chinese standard, adding that its adoption would stunt the growth of Wi-Fi. Intel said it notified clients which sell Wi-Fi products in China that they may have to find a new source for microprocessors. China's deadline for adherence to its wireless standard is June 1, 2004.
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