Recent content by Julio Urquidi

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  1. Julio Urquidi

    News TRENDnet’s New Ethernet-Over-Coax Adapter Announced

    Designed to connect Ethernet devices to a MoCA compliant network, TRENDnet’s new TMO-311C MoCA 2.0 Ethernet-Over-Coax adapter is available in two options: a single adapter version and a two-adapter kit. The TMO-311C not only provides MoCA 2.0 over coax but is also backwards compatible with MoCA...
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    News NETGEAR Roundup for CES 2021

    Here’s a summary of NETGEAR consumer and business products announcements from this year’s virtual Consumer Electronic Show: 4G/5G: Nighthawk 4G LTE WiFi 6 Router (LAX20) – With a built 4G LTE modem, the LAX20 is certified for carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile who serve customers in hard-to-reach...
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    News CES 2021: TP-Link Announces New Wi-Fi 6E Home Networking Products

    The newly introduced Wi-Fi 6E products include two Wi-Fi systems and two routers, all operating on the 6GHz band, offering increased bandwidth and lower latencies. The first three Wi-Fi 6E products include seamless roaming capability, AI-driven mesh functionality, and all feature TP-Link’s new...
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    News CES 2021: TP-Link Expands Biz Wi-Fi Family

    TP-Link is adding three new access points to its Omada line of SDN Wi-Fi 6 EAP products and a new cloud management system for ISPs. Built for enterprises, the new Wi-Fi 6 access points are part of TP-Link’s software-defined networking solution designed to simplify IT hardware setup and...
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    News CES 2021: TP-Link Introduces New Consumer Home Products

    This week at CES 2021, TP-Link introduced three new home networking products: a 5G Wi-Fi 6 gateway, a Wi-Fi 6 mesh system, and a new home network security service. The new Deco X80-5G is TP-Link’s new 5G whole home Wi-Fi 6 gateway which delivers maximum download speeds up to 5 Gbps. Available...
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    News TP-Link Announces Its First Software Defined Networking Solution Line-Up, Omada SDN

    Omada SDN adds a new cloud-based network management solution to TP-Link’s line of business products giving IT professionals "single-pane-of-glass” control over gateways, controllers, Power Over Ethernet (PoE) and smart switches, access points, and software/cloud controllers. Omada SDN...
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    News Netgear Expands Wi-Fi 6 Orbi Mesh System Lineup

    The NETGEAR Orbi AX4200 Tri-band Mesh System follows up on the already released AX6000 product. Where the older Wi-Fi 6 product is designed to handle up to 60+ connected devices and is recommended for homes with service-provided 2.5 Gbps speeds, the new AX4200 scales down, not only in price, but...
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    News Linksys Adds New Affordable Wi-Fi 6 Max-Stream Router To Its Mesh Portfolio

    The dual-band Linksys Max-Stream AX1800 (MR7350) is a Wi-Fi Certified 6 mesh router that can be used as a primary node or as an additional node in an already existing mesh network. Powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, the 2x2 MR7350 has maximum wireless rates of 574 Mbps at 2.4 GHz and...
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    News CommScope Adds Five Wi-Fi 6 APs To Its Ruckus Line-Up

    Following last year’s introduction of its Ruckus R750 Wi-Fi 6 4x4:4 access point, CommScope is adding three indoor and two outdoor products to its Ruckus family of APs. Designed and optimized for campuses, hospitality businesses, and large venues, these Ruckus APs include the following...
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    News D-Link Shipping $100 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Router

    D-Link has announced it is now shipping the DIR-X1560, its first Wi-Fi 6 mesh router announced at January's CES2020. It includes compatibility with D-Link’s mesh technology, MU-MIMO, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant operability, enhanced profile-based parental controls, and management/setup...
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    News D-Link Announces New SMART Wireless AC Routers

    D-Link has added two new dual-core processor powered routers to its SMART line of wireless products announced at CES. The new models are: AC2600 MU-MIMO Gigabit WiFi Router (DIR-2640-US) - $149.99 MSRP Dual-Band with maximum wireless rates 800Mbps (2.4GHz) and 1733 Mbps (5GHz) Four external...
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    News Trendnet Intros AC Mesh Wi-Fi System

    The tri-band Trendnet AC2200 Wi-Fi Mesh Router System (TEW-830MDR2K) is a kit composed of two Wi-Fi mesh nodes said to provide coverage up to 4,000 square feet. The mesh nodes support maximum wireless rates up to 867 Mbps on each of its two 5 GHz bands and 400 Mbps on its single 2.4 GHz band...
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    News D-Link Releases New Wi-Fi Certified EasyMesh COVR-1102 System

    One of the first Wi-Fi Certified EasyMesh network devices to hit the home networking market, the D-Link COVR-1102 AC1200 Dual Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System is a two-node wireless system that covers up to 3500 sq. ft. With its internal antennas (2x2+2x2), maximum wireless rates for the...
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    News CES 2020: Celeno CL8000 Series Gets Wi-Fi 6E Support

    Wi-Fi device maker Celeno announced it is adding 6 GHz band support to its Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) CL80xx product line, currently available in 4, 6 and 8 stream configurations. With maximum wireless rates reaching 6 Gbps, the new devices support draft 802.11ax features such as OFDMA, DL MU-MIMO...
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    News CES 2020: Broadcom Releases Wi-Fi 6E Access Point Solutions Samples To Customers

    Broadcom got ahead of itself and the Wi-Fi industry today with its announcement of eight AP devices that support the draft 802.11ax standard in the 6 GHz band, which has recently been dubbed Wi-Fi 6E by the Wi-Fi Alliance. The FCC has not yet released the the new spectrum for unlicensed use. If...
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