SMC Networks yesterday announced a Draft 802.11n router and USB adapter with suggested list prices of $60 and $40. Both products are Wi-Fi Certified to 802.11n Draft 2.0.
The Barricade N Draft 11n Broadband Router (SMCWBR14S-N2) combines a 4-port 10/100 LAN switch, SPI+NAT firewall and draft 802.11n access point. The router supports WEP, WPA and WPA2 wireles security as well as Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS).
The SMCWUSBS-N is a matching USB 2.0 wireless adapter in thumb-drive format.
Both products are available now.
D-Link said today it has started shipping its DGL-4500 Draft 802.11n Xtreme N Gaming Router.
The router combines a single dual-band Draft 2.0 802.11n radio based on Atheros XSPAN technology with D-Link's "GameFuel" technology—D-Link's branding of Ubicom's "StreamEngine" auto-QoS technology.
Buffalo Technology today announced the addition of two new wireless routers and two extended range 11g USB adapters to its wireless product lineup.
The WZR2-G300N AirStation Wireless-N Nfiniti Router replaces the WZR-G300N AirStation Nfiniti Router. The single-band 2.4 GHz router is equipped with three external antennas, built-in DHCP server and 4- port 10/100 Auto-Sensing switch.It also supports a Nintendo DS Wi-Fi connection and Buffalo's AOSS automatic wireless security system.
The WHR-G125 AirStation Wireless-G High Speed Router replaces the WHR-G54S. Features include AOSS support, 4-port 10/100 switch and hardware switching from router to bridge mode.
Both routers have a NAT+SPI firewall and programmable transmit power. Security features include Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA and WPA2), Buffalo's Privacy Separator and 128/64-bit WEP.
Netopia today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with EMBARQ Logistics, the deployment, distribution, and logistics division of Embarq Corporation.
EMBARQ Logistics will offer all of Netopias products -- including the 2200 series cost-optimized gateways, 3300 series performance-optimized gateways, the MiAVo triple-play gateways, the NBBS physical layer management platform, and the eCare application layer customer care solution. Embarq will offer these products to North American network service providers to help provide the successful deployment and management of competitively differentiated broadband networks.
The agreement expands Netopias access to the IOC (independent operating company) community as these carriers face new competitive threats from cable and wireless providers.
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