Enterprise, Hardware, Technology Security


At CES, NETGEAR introduced a new family of DOCSIS 3 cable modem router products: the AC1750 WiFi cable modem router (C6300) and the N450 WiFi cable Modem Router. The AC1750 is a gateway combining the fastest cable modem speeds of up to 680 Mbps with Gigabit Wifi Speeds of up to 1750 Mbps. The N450 is a gateway offering cable modem speeds up to 340 Mbps with the fastest 2.4Ghz Wifi speed and performance up to 450 Mbps.

Also debuted at CES were the AC750 Wifi Range extender (EX6100) and the AC1200 High Power Wifi Range extender (EX6200). The AC750 WiFi Range Extender provides up to 750 Mbps 802.11ac WiFi performance in a wall-plug form factor, with Smart LED indicator lights that guide you to an optimal placement for best WiFi coverage. The AC1200 High Power WiFi Range Extender supports the latest generation 802.11ac WiFi technology with up to 1200 Mbps speed, 700mW high power amplifiers, high gain 5dBi external antennas, and a dual core processor (CPU) to enable ultimate range extension at next-generation WiFi speeds.

Additionally, NETGEAR teamed up with Facebook to provide Facebook Wi-Fi to small businesses. Facebook Wi-Fi is an application that enables merchants to provide free Internet access to customers when they ‘check in’ at the business’s Facebook Page. NETGEAR is making the Facebook Wi-Fi login available on its premium line of wireless routers supporting dual-band 802.11ac wireless.

For home security systems providers, NETGEAR is launching a family of wireless IP cameras. The Ocuity? 100 Wireless IP Camera (HMNC100) offers 720p resolution HD video and leverages selectable dual-band 802.11n WiFi. The NETGEAR Ocuity? 500 Wireless IP Camera (HMNC500) designed to combine HD video with breakthrough multifunction sensing and monitoring algorithms to extend the functionality of home monitoring and automation systems to go beyond video event alerts.

The NETGEAR NTV300D NeoMediacast? HDMI Dongle is a full-featured, customizable platform that integrates the Android? SDK so telecommunications service providers can instantly turn any TV into a Smart TV. Service providers use the latest Android applications to build their own ?curated content store? of both premium and free Over-the-Top (OTT) content.