D-Link's DAP-X1860 wireless mesh range extender features Wi-Fi 6 technology.
The latest models in D-Link's Wi-Fi router range are the DIR-1750 and the DIR-2150.
One of the big selling points of this router is that it incorporates McAfee Home Protection. The other is that it can serve as the heart of a mesh network.
Mobile accessories maker Belkin has launched its latest dock, delivering "seed, power and efficient charging through a single one-metre cable" providing 4K, 60W of power and plenty more.
Brocade subsidiary Ruckus has announced its ICX 7650 switch family.
The 802.11ad support is just part of Netgear's recipe for what is says is the world's fastest home router.
The FRITZ!Box 7490 ADSL2+ router features 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0.
Billion has added to its range of 'fibre ready' ADSL routers (ie, they incorporate an Ethernet WAN port as well as an ADSL2+ modem) with the release of the BiPAC 7800NXL.
The increased use of streaming video plus the growing number of Wi-Fi only devices means a router alone is becoming less likely to deliver an adequate signal throughout the house.
The Matrox MX02 Dock connects to a Thunderbolt port to provide USB 3.0, USB 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet and HDMI interfaces.
The Matrox MX02 range of video hardware provides broadcast-quality input and output for use with major editing software, all in a portable enclosure.
Belkin is about to join the ranks of home networking vendors with products supporting the new 802.11ac wireless network standard that promises significantly greater speeds.
Belkin has upgraded the specifications of its as yet unreleased Thunderbolt Express Dock. The device will now feature USB 3.0 and eSATA ports, and these changes have added to the price.
Netgear claims its R6300 wireless router will be the first 802.11ac Wi-Fi router on Australian retailers' shelves.
Dell now offers native support for 10Gb Ethernet across its latest enterprise server, storage and networking range. A new networking architecture and pre-designed systems were also announced.
Belden has added a railway approved, high performance Ethernet Gigabit data cable to its comprehensive range of cables, connectors, switches, routers and firewalls for mission critical railway and mass transit applications.
High power PoE Plus ports enable increased power and speed over Ethernet networks for IP cameras, VoIP phones and video conferencing applications.
SYDNEY, October 27. Extreme Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: EXTR) today launched a new family of Gigabit Ethernet fixed switching solutions that feature the versatility and performance required for building scalable converged campus networks and virtualised data centres.
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