D-Link today announced a MoCA-based Coax Ethernet Adapter and kit.
The DXN-221 Coax Ethernet Adapter Kit allows the use of existing television coaxial cable to extend an Ethernet connection without the need to install CAT 5/6 cable. The adapters are Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) certified and will coexist with cable television signals on the same coax.
D-Link today said that it is entering the digital signage market. The company is demonstrating a 32-inch sign and two 10-inch signs along with its back-end content and advertising delivery system at Interop 2008 in Las Vegas. Pricing and availability was not announced.
D-Link today announced the expansion of its "Green Ethernet" switch product line to include three of its "Web Smart" series products.
Last month, we reported that D-Link's troubled DIR-855 dual-band draft 802.11n router was once again delayed from reappearing on store shelves, this time due to component (un)availability. We just received an update from D-Link on the situation.
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