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IE Accelerator

IE Accelerator is a download accelerator for Microsoft Internet Explorer(shortly IE). It is designed based on the undocumented documents...

September 15, 2014 by Huntersoft

Belkin N1

The Belkin N1 is good looking and very easy to set up and use, but could do with more business-oriented features.

November 20, 2006 by

3Com gear caters to small businesses

3Com announced Tuesday new gear aimed at small businesses that allows multiple computers to share a single high-speed connection to the Internet. The OfficeConnect Cable/DSL Gateway, priced at $155, connects to a cable or DSL (digital subscriber line) modem through an Ethernet cable, and can handle up to four Internet connections to single computers or an office LAN (local area network), which is a group of computers in an office or a building connected by a single hub. The box also comes equipped with security capabilities like the ability to defend against denial-of-service attacks by hackers. About 253 people can share access to the Internet using one Gateway if all four of its ports are connected to a LAN. The Gateway can support an Internet connection of up to 7 mbps (megabits per second), said Robert Winch, a director of product management at 3Com. Winch also said the speed each user experiences also depends partly on the speed of the Internet connection, the number of users on the LAN and its bandwidth requirements at the time. --Sam Ames, Special to ZDNet News

February 12, 2002 by

Bug fix for Quake II

Although many right now feel that Quake II is a great game, id Software's John Carmack had an update in his plan file listing a big bug in the networking code for Quake II. Since Quake II lacks the modem support that Quake had, the only ways to play multiplayer games are via LAN or through a dedicated QuakeWorld server (we've got a machine running it already and if we want our butts kicked, we'll let you know where to go).

December 10, 1997 by

TDK-Grey Cell buy to fuel GSM, PC Card, software comms

The purchase announced today of London-based Grey Cell buys TDK's System Group expertise in GSM, LAN, modem and combination cards and paves the way for an ambitious strategy to become the world number one in mobile communications.TDK's acquisition for an undisclosed sum of privately held Grey Cell will also give the Japanese giant a European design centre for PC Card and associated mobile communications products, the firm said.

September 2, 1997 by

BeFaster Lite

BeFaster Lite is connection speed up toolkit with some powerful tools. It optimizes AOL, Symantec PcAnyWhere, IE, Opera, Dial-up modem,...

May 22, 2011 by ED

Compaq completes Microcom purchase

Compaq has completed the purchase of modem and remote access specialist Microcom, a key part of its plans to cut a swathe in the LAN and communications market and become a top three computer company by the year 2000."Compaq is in a strong position to offer high-performance connectivity between desktops and portables and remote access concentrators and servers," said Graham Stewart, networking product manager at Compaq UK.

July 3, 1997 by

Psion Dacom GSM/modem/LAN PC Card out

UK firm Psion Dacom today announced availability of Gold Card Network (£399 + VAT), a four-function PC Card that combines 33,600bps modem, 14,400 fax, Ethernet and GSM features. A version without GSM is available at £319 + VAT.

October 21, 1996 by

Net Meter

Net Meter monitors network traffic through all network connections on the computer it's installed on, and displays real-time graphical...

March 23, 2011 by Hoo Technologies

Rockwell samples 56Kbps chipset

Matching US Robotics stride for stride, Rockwell Semiconductor Systems yesterday announced its first 56Kbps chipsets for inclusion in central site modem banks. The equipment will be used by ISPs and corporates offering remote LAN access.

October 17, 1996 by

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