Tim Higgins summarizes the Network+Interop show: mostly yawn-worthy: After a flurry of lead-up press releases and the usual hype, Network+Interop shaped up to be rather dull, I gather from Tim Higgins's as-usual exhaustive reporting. Tim was looking mostly at home and small-business manufacturers and equipment, and there just wasn't much of interest.
One tidbit: he reports that the Wi-Fi Alliance will probably brand 802.11i as "WPA2" to show that it's an extension to the WPA spec. Only enterprises will need the missing pieces in 802.11i that aren't in WPA, so that seems perfectly reasonable.
Meanwhile, this report from CRN doesn't make the enterprise side of things sound any livelier.