July 2006
Modem Users News;Jul2006, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch by NETGEAR Inc. of its RangeMAX NEXT Wireless Assymetric Digital Subsriber Line (ADSL)2+ Modem Router in the U.S. Such modem router aggregates five products into one, resulting to a combination of the benefits of an ADSL2+ modem, router, fourport 10/100 switch and an SPI double firewall with the draft 11n-compliant RangeMAX NEXT wireless local area network technology of NETGEAR. The modem router is designed to offer users un-tethered, highly reliable, high-speed connectivity to network resources and the Internet.


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