- News tagged "802.11ac"
Thursday, 10 Jan 2013
Trendnet showcased the TEW-805UB recently at the CES 2013 tradeshow currently taking place in Vegas. The TEW-805UB is also the company's first AC1200 dual-band wireless adapter with an integrated USB 3.0 port
Wednesday, 9 Jan 2013
Cisco Linksys has announced the addition of three 802.11ac Smart W-Fi routers. Besides expanding its Smart Wi-Fi portfolio, the company also revealed complementary Smart Wi-Fi applications. Its new AC 580 USB Wi-Fi Adapter offers 802.11ac capabilities to existing devices.
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
Networking enthusiasts here can expect the ASUS USB-AC53 wireless adapter to arrive on our shores in the months ahead. The USB-AC53 is based on the existing draft 802.11ac wireless standard.
Tuesday, 4 Dec 2012
D-Link's DWA-182 is slated to arrive in stores next week. Here's more about the sleek and nifty dual-band 802.11ac USB adapter.
Friday, 12 Oct 2012
D-Link has announced the DIR-865L, a router which merges the bandwidth and efficiency of the new 802.11ac wireless standard with the versatility of D-Link's cloud services.
Monday, 16 Jul 2012
Cisco will break the 1Gigabit speed barrier for wireless networks as it plans to release a 1Gbps 802.11ac access point next year. This add-on module is compatible to its existing 802.11n-based Cisco Aironet 3600 access point, making it easy to join the 1Gbps 802.11ac bandwagon!
Monday, 25 Jun 2012
The RT-AC66U, coupled with exclusive ASUS AiRadar signal amplification and shaping technology, is perfect for demanding online applications as it is able to operate up to three times faster than existing 802.11n routers. The RT-AC66U is also an integral component of ASUS' Open Cloud Computing service.
Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
Trendnet heats things up a notch with two new 802.11ac-compatible networking devices featured at Computex - the AC1750 Dual Band Wireless Router (TEW-812DRU), and AC1750 Dual Band Wireless Media Bridge (TEW-800MB). Complimenting them is compatible USB adapter too.
Friday, 13 Jan 2012
900Mbps Wireless 802.11n routers are just about making their appearance, but guess what? 1300Mbps Wireless 802.11ac based routers have started to pop up at the CES show, though they are still a long way from retail. Buffalo was one such vendor teasing the crowd with their prototype.