Melbourne-based Exablaze has released what is says is the lowest-latency network card on the market.
Want to add an Ethernet port somewhere and can’t hard wire it? D-Link has its PowerLine 2000 Mbps solution that may be the answer.
A new switch and access point from Ruckus is designed to fit a standard wall junction box, providing a convenient and discreet arrangement for hotel rooms, student residences and apartments. And according to the company, it delivers superior performance.
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