Monday, February 17, 2014
- 9:09 pm | IBM Develops 200Gb/s – 400Gb/s Low-Power Interconnection Technology. IBM Designs Next-Gen Technology That Will Advance Internet Speed
Thursday, January 30, 2014
- 1:47 pm | IBM Demonstrates Graphene-Powered RF Processor. IBM Shows Off Working Graphene-Based Circuit
Monday, January 20, 2014
- 1:13 pm | SK Telecom Develops 4G/LTE-A Wireless Broadband Technology with 300Mb/s Transfer Speed. SK Telecom Develops 4G/LTE-Advanced 3 Band Carrier Aggregation
Thursday, December 12, 2013
- 12:58 pm | G.Fast Technology Boosts Bandwidth of Copper Telephone Lines to 1Gb/s. G.Fast Capitalizes on Existing Copper to Deliver Fibre Speeds at Lower Costs
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
- 12:55 pm | Intel Announces “Highland Forest” Communication Platform. Intel Introduces Network Acceleration Platform with Xeon E5-2600 v2 Processors
Synology DS209+ with its 800MHz CPU and 512MB RAM is expected to deliver impressive performance, bring forth the concept of energy saving with Power On/Off design, and offer variable RAID management. It also features 3-speed smart fan control that should ensure a cool and quiet NAS server in the office environments. Let’s find out if it is really so!
Todayw e are going to talk about 1-Bay SATA Network Storage Enclosure from D-Link called DNS-313. It accommodates one 3.5” SATA hard drive. It also accepts a USB connection, to serve as Direct Attached Storage (DAS) for any computer. Read more in our review!
The manufacturer promises that with this router we get performance and style in a single device. With advanced MIMO technology using 3 antennas, users should benefit from its throughput at long distances, signal multiplexing, and reduced wireless dead zones. Let’s find out if it is really so!
Today we are going to discuss the Wireless-N Gigabit Router with Storage Link from Linksys that combines four devices in one box: the Wireless Access Point, a built-in 4-port full-duplex 10/100/1000 Switch, the router and Storage Link that lets you easily add gigabytes of storage space onto your network. Read our review for details.
Today we are going to talk about QNAP latest all-in-one TS-109 Pro II network-attached storage device. This device is positioned as a great solution for SOHO users as it offers high stability even when there are multiple simultaneous accesses to the services. Read more in our review!
Today we are going to review 300Mbps dual band wireless N Gigabit router from Trendnet that should offer up to 14x the speed and 6x the coverage of the wireless g connection. It features Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) antenna technology, advanced wireless encryption and a manual on/off wireless switch. Read more in our review!
We continue talking about NAS solutions. Today we will introduce to you a NAS system from Promise that belongs to the new SmartStor product family. Read more in our new review!
DS207+ is designed with Windows ADS authentication, USB printer sharing, dynamic website hosting, and data backup. In our today’s review we are going to take a closer look at this award-winning solution.
We are going to discuss a bundle from Trendnet including a 300Mbps Gigabit router supporting 802.11n (draft) standard and a Wireless N PC Card - TEW-621PC. Learn more about these products from our detailed review.
Today we are going to talk about a solution from D-Link that is a draft 802.11n compliant wireless client for your desktop or notebook PC. The manufacturer claims that it delivers up to 12x faster speeds and 4x farther range than an 802.11g network while staying backward compatible with 802.11g and 802.11b networks. We are going to check it out in our new review.
Today we are going to check out a router with two WAN ports and ability to distribute the load between them. Find out how well this Load Balancing technology is implemented in the solution from Edimax.
Today we are going to discuss an Ethernet connected network storage device with two available SATA hard drive bays that features advanced backup software and built-in media server for streaming to PC or UPnP AV digital media adapter. With a very appealing price point this NAS solution from Linksys may turn out a very good choice. Let’s see if it is true.
According to the manufacturer, this 300Mbps Wireless N USB 2.0 Adapter seamlessly connects to your wireless network without performance degradation. But is it really so? Let’s find out from our review of this USB adapter supporting 802.11n draft standard.
DS107+ is designed with Windows ADS authentication, USB printer sharing, dynamic website hosting, and data backup. After our tests we were highly pleased with the performance of DS107+ and can recommend it for all users who want to have a high-quality and high-speed NAS with rich extra features at home or in the office. Read more in our review!
Are you looking for an inexpensive Draft N device with excellent functionality? Then you should check out our article devoted to a very affordable yet great product for SOHO wireless needs from Edimax. More details in the review.
This article continues our series of reviews of network equipment that supports the draft 802.11n standard. Today we are going to talk about the WL-500W router that represents a successor to the previously tested WL-500g Premium. We will see what the differences from the previous model are and what improvements have been made in it.
We decided to get to test some NAS solutions. The first one to get into our lab was D-Link DSM-G600. This device is especially interesting because besides traditional file access it also supports streaming media data transfers. It also can work wirelessly. Find out what was so interesting about this D-Link solution and what drawbacks should eb taken into consideration when working with it.
The RangeMax NEXT Wireless series includes three devices: WNR834B, WNR854T and DG834N. The first two models are a regular wireless router with support of draft 802.11n and its Gigabit Ethernet version, respectively. The third model features an integrated ADSL2+ modem. It is positioned as a high-speed device without extra functionality. Let’s see if the DG834N is indeed as fast as advertised.
Today we are going to check out the D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit router (DIR-655) - a draft 802.11n compliant device that delivers up to 14x faster speeds and 6x farther range than 802.11g. A great choice for a small office due to its network security options, QoS, and remote administration tools. Read more in our review!
Today we are going to introduce to you an Entry level SOHO router priced at about $60. It also offers an Extended Range feature that allows working with the router’s wireless access point from a bigger distance than with ordinary 802.11g devices. Despite its relatively low price and entry-level positioning, this router may challenge some top models from renowned brands. Read more in our review!