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Edimax Ships the BR-6226n nLite a Cost-effective and High-performance Wireless Broadband Router

  • 07 October, 2009 14:30

<p><em>A solution for home and small businesses looking for the sweetspot price point
in secure wireless networking</em>.<br/>
<strong>Sydney, Australia</strong> - <strong>October 7 2009</strong> - Edimax
Technology, manufacturer of networking solutions, introduces its BR-6226n nLite
Wireless Broadband Router . This router is a high speed wireless broadband router
for users that demand higher performance at the best price point. When connected
to a cable or DSL modem, the BR-6226n provides high-speed Internet access to multiple
computers and creates a secure and stable wireless network to share photos, files,
music, videos, printer and network storage. Based on advanced multi-channel wireless
transmission technology, the BR-6226n provides a better coverage while at the
same time eliminating dead spots. When used in combination with the Edimax nLite
USB adapters (EW-7711UAn and EW-7711UMn), the router offers data transmission
rates up to 150 Mbps and enables a 4 times better wireless coverage compared to
802.11b/g devices.<br/>
The BR-6226n is very easy to secure with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), which allows
users to activate wireless security simply by pushing the pairing button on the
router. It also features a "Wireless on/off" control button which enables
users to switch off the Wi-Fi option in case they only want to use a wired connection.
Furthermore, the router supports Virtual Server and Virtual DMZ functions for
increased security and NAT/NAPT for sharing a broadband connection with up to
253 network users.<br/>
The multilingual EZmax setup wizard enables a quick and simple configuration of
the BR-6226n. Users only need to select their language and follow the simple steps
of the wizard. In addition, the router supports the advanced "Edimax EZview"
management interface, which enables users to manage their complete network from
a simple interface, either locally or remotely. Within the EZview management interface
users can monitor all connected devices and manage device information such as
IP address, bandwidth control, open ports and DMZ. Moreover, users can assign
a unique and easy to remember name for all connected devices which means that
they don’t need to remember multiple IP addresses.<br/>
<strong>Features Summary:</strong><br/>
- Complies with wireless 802.11g and 802.11b standards <br/>
- Built-in hardware button to enable/disable wireless signal <br/>
- Compatible with wireless 802.11n standard with data rate up to 150Mbps <br/>
- Supports WISP (wireless ISP) connection mode <br/>
- Includes EZmax multi-languages setup wizard for Internet connection, wireless
settings and firmware upgrade <br/>
- Supports EZView to manage device name, IP address, bandwidth and DMZ of UPnP
compatible devices in LAN <br/>
- Supports WMM, WEP, WPA, WPA2, DDNS, QoS, IP/MAC filter, DMZ and virtual server<br/>
<strong>Product and Pricing Summary:</strong><br/>
Vendor: Edimax<br/>
Model: BR-6226n nLite Wireless Broadband Router <br/>
RRP : AUS $85<br/>
Website: <a href="#"></a><br/>
Australian Distributors: Bluechip Infotech<br/>
Availability: Now<br/>
Press Images:<a href="#"></a><br/>
<strong>About EDIMAX</strong> <br/>
Edimax was founded in Taiwan in 1986; the company has grown to be among Asia's
leading manufacturers of advanced network communication products. Headquarter
is located in Taipei County, Taiwan, R.O.C., and is listed at the Taiwanese Stock
Exchange since 2001. Edimax serves over 70 countries via our worldwide branch
offices and distributors. Our successful growth lies in an established and continuously
expanding partner channel network, after market service and technology innovation.
For more information, please go visiting our web-site: <a href="#"></a>
<strong>PR CONTACT</strong><br/>
Renato Catalan<br/>
Gap Marketing and Management Pty Ltd<br/>
Website: <a href="#"> </a></p>

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