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NETGEAR AC2350 Router On The Way

NETGEAR logoNETGEAR publicly showed a four-stream AC2350 router last month.

NETGEAR Goes Round The Clock for Biz Product Support

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FCC logo NETGEAR now offers lifetime 24/7 support for its business networking products.

Is Your Router's Transmit Power Juiced?

Is Your Router's Transmit Power Juiced?Updated - Do wireless router makers really goose transmit power above FCC limits? We found one that does. Not any more.

AC3200 Routers By July?

ASUS RT-AC3200Update 2 - The first AC3200 routers are coming sooner than we thought. But don't get too excited.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 716 Reviewed

NETGEAR RN716NETGEAR's ReadyNAS RN716 is a pricey, but powerful NAS with built-in dual 10GbE ports.

NETGEAR Expands Hospitality, School WLAN Family

NETGEAR logoNETGEAR has added a new wireless controller and AP to its business-class wireless line.

NETGEAR EX6100 AC750 WiFi Range Extender Reviewed

NETGEAR EX6100 AC1200 WiFi Range ExtenderNETGEAR's EX6100 AC750 WiFi Range Extender has some good features, but 5 GHz performance isn't one of them.

N300 Travel Router Mini Roundup

N300 Travel Router RoundupThe Buffalo WMR-300 and NETGEAR PR2000 take two different approaches to N300 travel routers.

NETGEAR EX6200 AC1200 High Power WiFi Range Extender Reviewed

NETGEAR EX6200 AC1200 WiFi Range ExtenderNETGEAR's EX6200 AC1200 WiFi Range Extender puts 802.11ac throughput to work to expand your wireless network's reach.

Confessions Of A 10 GbE Network Newbie - Part 1: Basics

1.48 GB/s file transferPart 1 of our 10GbE basics series introduces some pieces you'll need to start experimenting with 10 Gigabit Ethernet.

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