Netgear today announced an 802.11g wireless router specifically designed for open source firmware.
The ReadyNAS Duo brings most of the extensive ReadyNAS feature set to a lower-cost dual-drive compact NAS.
The problems found by SmallNetBuilder with 2.4 GHz band performance in Netgear's WNDR3300 $100 dual-band draft 802.11n router in initial testing have been confirmed by Netgear. But a firmware fix is on the way.
I need to tune my newsfeeds a bit, since I missed last week's press release about Ruckus Wireless suing Netgear and its new antenna design partner Rayspan.
Netgear's ReadyNAS Duo has finally made it onto the SmallNetBuilder test bench and into the NAS Charts. And this highly-anticipated dual-drive NAS based on the acquired Infrant's X-RAID technology doesn't disappoint.
The Netgear WNDR3300 RangeMax Dual-Band Wireless N Router has been added to the Wireless and Router Charts. In an effort to drive down the cost of dual-band two-radio draft 11n routers, the WNDR3300 takes the unique approach of using an 802.11b/g second radio.
Netgear today announced the availability of a residential gateway with integrated 3G "femtocell" cellular base station.
The DVG834GH Femtocell Voice Gateway incorporates an ADSL2+ modem, router with SPI+NAT firewall, 10/100 switch, 802.11g wireless access point, Voice over-IP (VoIP) and 3G "ZoneGate" femtocell technology from Ubiquisys Ltd.