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September 06, 2012

NETGEAR Unveils ProSafe WNDAP620 and WNDAP660 Wireless-N Dual Band Access Points

NETGEAR, a networking company, claimed that its newly released ProSafe WNDAP620 and the WNDAP660 450 Mbps 3x3 Wireless-N dual-band access points are designed to offer 50 percent higher throughput, advanced security with WIDS and WIPS, and device specific QoS and bandwidth management.

The advantageous features built into these new wireless access points let customers to support more concurrent high definition multimedia sessions.

“As more devices enter the market without Ethernet ports, wireless LANS will become more critical for provisioning connectivity and services to these devices. With the launch of two new 3x3 premium Access Points, NETGEAR is poised to surpass other providers of wireless multimedia traffic management solutions. Leveraging more than 15 years of Silicon Valley innovation and a broad range of technology partnerships, NETGEAR is confident that this positive momentum will continue to fuel the growth of its commercial business,” commented Peter Newton, senior director of product management at NETGEAR’s commercial business unit, in a statement.

According to NETGEAR, the new ProSafe WNDAP620 is an 802.11n (3x3) premium access point with throughput up to 450 Mbps and it delivers advanced security with wireless intrusion Detection (WIDS) and prevention (WIPS).

The dual-band in WNDAP620 is slated to be selectable between 2.4GHz and 5GHz radio band for maximum flexibility while WNDAP660 Access Points allow the client to access both the 2.4 and the 5 GHz band concurrently to maximize capacity as well as flexibility.

Some of the notable features of the ProSafe wireless access points are: stylish and elegant design with easy mounting options; backward compatibility with 802.11a, 802.11g and 802.11b network devices; security features include WPA, WPA2, rogue AP detection and 802.1x with RADIUS support; internal antennas factory-optimized for maximum RF performance; built-in 802.11n Beamforming improves range and maximizes data rates; and device-based QoS.

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Edited by Rachel Ramsey
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