Ruckus Wireless today announced a wireless router for serice providers that supports WAN connection to metro Wi-Fi networks.
The MetroFlex DZ is an 802.11b/g wireless gateway that gives subscribers wireless connectivity to outdoor broadband metro networks while simultaneously providing indoor Wi-Fi connectivity to home PCs and other Wi-Fi-enabled devices.
(LAS VEGAS, NV) Ruckus Wireless today introduced the MediaFlex USB Dongle that is designed to provide stable, wireless connectivity to in-home multimedia devices such as set-tops and media center systems.
Ruckus Wireless today announced that it is developing a wireless multimedia streaming product based on draft 802.11n technology. The company intends to demonstrate a prototype at January's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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