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News | 07/22/2002 4:00 am EDT

D-Link offers up faster Wi-Fi speeds with new products
Toronto-based D-Link has introduced a new line of 802.11b-compliant wireless equipment, which effectively doubles current throughput rates of traditional Wi-Fi gear and can provide speeds up to 22 Mbps. Wi-Fi is the commonly used term referring to 802.11b products operating in the 2.4 GHz band. The company’s 11.b+ line includes the DI-614+, a broadband router, four 10/100Base-T autosensing ports and an embedded dynamic host configuration protocol server. The DWL-900AP+ is a wireless access point with easy setup and web-based management. The company also offers laptop and desktop adapters. The DWL-650+ is for laptops and the DWL-520+ is for desktop computers.

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