Powerline networking can deliver higher and more consistent throughput than wireless, but it can take some tweaking. These tips will show you how to improve your HomePlug network speed.
Powerline networking chipmaker DS2 announced today that it has developed a new powerline technology that operates at a 400Mbps peak data rate.
The new technology is said to be compatible with existing 200 Mbps products from DS2 and will be available sometime in 2009.
Demonstration of the new technology will be featured at an invitation-only launch in New York City next month.
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