Items tagged with Networking

Networking solutions are a dime-a-dozen these days, but Amped Wireless has a new solution that's actually far more useful and practical than most. The company's new A/V Net Connect is a home Wi-Fi network bridge for audio and video devices, enabling network connectivity for things like Blu-ray players, game consoles and TVs. The AV3000, as... Read more...
Well, there's really no choice but to give it up for Bigfoot Networks. The company that was simply selling standalone Killer gaming NICs a few months ago now has a bunch of new partnerships under their belt, with an integrated NIC/GPU on the market, a mainboard deal with Asus and now, a motherboard deal with another... Read more...
TRENDnet launched a 300Mbps Wireless N Media Bridge. This bridge can connect up to four devices to your wireless n network. It is compatible with network-enabled Blu-ray players, televisions, DVRs, and gaming consoles. If your router has a Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button, setup will be even easier since the 300Mbps Wireless N Media Bridge... Read more...
If there's one place you'd expect to find a Wi-Fi hotspot, it's probably within the White House. And beyond, you'd probably expect those same hotspots to be found in federal office buildings where all sorts of very important work occurs. But clearly not every building occupied by government employees is equipped with Wi-Fi. U.S. Senators Olympia... Read more...
TRENDnet announced a 500Mbps Powerline AV Adapter and a 500Mbps Powerline AV Adapter Kit. By plugging a 500Mbps Powerline AV Adapter into an electrical outlet and another to your router, you'll be able to create a secure 500Mbps building-wide network. A Windows utility is included to help you manage each Powerline adapter on the network. For... Read more...
Atheros isn't a name that is usually sticks to consumer products; they focus mainly on the internal parts of networking equipment. But the company's newest invention is one worthy of mention by itself. They're delivering the world's first hybrid home network solutions that combine Wi-Fi, HomePlug AV and ethernet. All three add up to provide... Read more...
In addition to the 4G LTE USB WWAN Modem Motorola announced today, the company is also helping WiMAX operators build out their networks with the new WiMAX Access Point (WAP) 850. The WAP 850 enables WiMAX operators to build fewer WiMAX sites with higher capacity. The base station is built with the future in mind by providing a migration path... Read more...
With the launch of its new WD Livewire Powerline AV Network Kit, WD is making it easy for consumers to stream HD videos to a home theater, transfer large files, or play multi-player online games throughout their homes without running network cables. The kit is HomePlug AV compatible and works with your existing... Read more...
Bigfoot Networks has made a name for themselves in a very unique and rare market. There are only a finite number of hardcore gamers willing to pay extra for something like a souped up NIC card, but obviously more than a few are handing over their cash in order to have their ping times lowered. Any true gamer knows... Read more...
In general, we don't complain about upgrades or revisions. In almost every case, moving forward means bettering something for the consumer, and the HomePlug standard is one standard that we absolutely are thrilled to see moving forward. Version 1 never really caught on, largely due to high prices, lackluster reviews and a bunch of other options... Read more...
You don't have to be a die-hard computer nerd to use ZyXEL's new X150N router, you just need $40 and the ability to plug things in without electrocuting yourself. Aimed at the entry-level audience, ZyXEL is billing their latest router as a cinch to setup with little to maintenance or support once it's all up and... Read more...
Bigfoot Networks hasn't introduced a new product in years, at least on the consumer-facing front. The company came into the CE realm with a bang a few years back claiming that their wild new NIC card could actually lower ping times and improve your responsiveness in online gaming. Those claims have been debated ever since, but either way,... Read more...
Thecus Releases N8800+ Rackmount NAS Server2U Rackmount storage server ready for 10Gb Ethernet speeds 04/08/2010 – Businesses around the world need every advantage they can get against their competitors. The faster an organization reacts, the more likely they are to come out on top. Top corporations know that speed is an essential component... Read more...
Cisco made news earlier in the month by claiming to give the Internet more room to grow, but obviously, boxes that are larger than most trucks can't easily be integrated into the home. Today, the company is introducing a few items that can actually be easily moved into the home. The company's Linksys branch has just revealed some of the neatest... Read more...
Business PCs Arrive with New Intel Core vPro Processor Family Intel Also Unveils Other Products and Services for Businesses of All Sizes NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Business PCs based on 2010 Intel Core vPro processors with Intel Turbo Boost meet growing office performance demands, include enhanced security, management features.  2010 Intel Core... Read more...
There was once a time where the Bluetooth SIG was looking into pairing BT devices with Bluetooth, and even now, Bluetooth 3.0 relies on 802.11n for high-speed transfers. But we get the feeling that Wi-Fi wouldn't think twice of stabbing that "other" short-range communication protocol in the back, as evidenced by a new... Read more...
Caught yourself looking for a new Wi-Fi router here lately? Netgear's new RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Router with USB (WNR3500L) is certainly worth a look, particularly if you value flexibility and have an inkling to make on your favorite USB peripherals go wireless. The router is built around a powerful open source Linux platform, giving... Read more...
While the Belkin name is most commonly associated with overpriced mice and a cadre of networking products, the company has been branching out of late. Take, for example, it's newest box: the Home Base. At first, it looks like a four-port USB 2.0 hub with an Ethernet jack, but in reality it's so much more.This companion box, which yearns to... Read more...
So, here's a question. Did you realize that the 802.11n WLAN router you purchased three years ago, your shiny new 802.11n-equipped notebook and your 802.11n dongle you bought for your grandmother wasn't actually certified? It's true! 802.11n--which is widely known as the quickest of the Wi-Fi transmission protocols... Read more...
When a company calls its next product the "ultimate networking machine," we take notice. Coming from Netgear, the RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router (model number WNDR3700), is now shipping across the globe. The device not only routes Internet traffic, but it's also equipped with ReadyShare in order to place... Read more...
While Netgear's probably best known for its WLAN routers, the company has recently delved into home networking. To that end, the latest kit is actually quite useful for those looking to make this multimedia more like a networked pool of content and less of a standalone segment on a single PC's hard drive. The Home... Read more...
NAS devices come in many different shapes and sizes, as well as with different capacities and features. But for the most-reliable type of storage solution, the NAS devices of choice should be a multi-drive unit with RAID support. It is important to keep in mind, however, that while RAID adds extra layers of fault tolerance in the form redundant... Read more...
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