WiFi Router Cradle that allows any user with a USB Modem to plug it in and create a collaborative hotspot for workgroups, families or locations requiring multiple LAN WAN users from a single modem device.
GlobeSurfer X•1 » Market Segments<br />The Router Cradle, by it’s very nature, fits neatly into the broader Wireless marketplace, and could easily hold its own when positioned against other devices in the market.<br />
Device Characteristics<br />USB Modem is inserted into the cradle thereby establishing the internet gateway and extending the LAN functionality to incorporate WAN<br />Power supply can be via PSU supplied, or via USB “Y-Cable” (sold as accessory)<br />Cradle USB clip cover can be customised to suit a clients branding or logo<br />LED’s remain hidden from view until activity causes them to illuminate through the translucent glossy surface.<br />Second USB port allows for connection of File Server, Print Server or USB hub<br />Ethernet ports allows for non-WiFi devices to connect, fixed line ADSL devices or Ethernet hubs<br />
Key Features and Benefits<br /><ul><li>Compact and Bijoux..!
Quanta</li></li></ul><li>Quick off the Blocks<br />802.11n (MIMO) Speed<br /><ul><li>With an 802.11n router you will find a wireless experience that outpaces all previous wireless technologies. It has real world throughput that clocks in at 160 Mbps or faster—seven times faster than 802.11g networks.
At 300 feet, 802.11g performance plummets to 1 Mbps. 802.11n networks operate at up to 70 Mbps—70 times faster than 802.11g.
The key to this speed is MIMO (multiple input/multiple output) which uses multiple antennas to send and receive digital data in multiple simultaneous radio streams, thus multiplying total performance.
The bottom line: with 802.11n, you can share data, photos and music among multiple devices in the home faster and at greater distances than ever before. </li></li></ul><li>Truly Plug ’n Play<br />