Various sources claim the chipset in this is a Broadcom BCM43526. There is a driver for BCM43xx chips in the linux kernel included with raspbian, the
b43 module. Looking at notes in the source, however, the specific USB id for this one is not mentioned, so it may not work and even more likely, won't be recognized.
So you could try connecting it, then check
lsmod | grep b43. If it is not loaded,
modprobe b43. Then check
ip link and see if you have a
If not, you are probably out of luck. The only report I found of someone confirming they got this device to work on linux used NDISwrapper, which makes use of Windows XP drivers (there's probably one on the CD). However, this only works on normal PC architecture (x86/x86-64), so there is no chance of using it on the pi.