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Linksys EA8500 WiFi router supports 802.11AC and MIMO tech

Linksys EA8500 WiFi router supports 802.11AC and MIMO tech

Linksys has announced its latest router called the Linksys Max-Stream AC2600 MU-MIMI Gigabit Router EA8500. The new wireless router has a lot of tech crammed inside its body with MIMO technology that helps to provide an uninterrupted WiFi signal to all the items in your home. The tech allows each device in your home to behave as if it has its own router according to Linksys. This allows multiple devices that use lots of bandwidth to be used in the home at the same time without lag and slowing speeds.

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Linksys rolls out new WRT1200AC Gigabit Router and WRT products

Linksys rolls out new WRT1200AC Gigabit Router and WRT products

Linksys is tossing some new networking gear for the home or small office onto the market with the official unveil for the new items at CES 2015. Among the new items are the WRT1200AC Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router, WRT Network Storage Bay, and Linksys High-Gain Antennas. Linksys also has several other networking devices that it is adding to the WRT family at CES 2015.

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Linksys EA9200 and E8350 routers target demanding users

Linksys EA9200 and E8350 routers target demanding users

Linksys has taken the wraps off a pair of new routers, one of which is available now and the other that will be launching in a couple of days: the E8350 and the EA9200. Both are targeted at demanding users, though the EA9200 is the higher-end of the two, bringing with it features like dual-band operation and 6 antennas. That doesn't mean the E8350 isn't notable for its own reasons: it brings four antennas, which will meet most users' needs, and the same dual-band operation.

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Linksys Business Wireless-N300 and N600 access points launch this month

Linksys Business Wireless-N300 and N600 access points launch this month

Linksys Business is kicking off its business networking product lineup expansion with the announcement of two new wireless access points, both of which are aimed at businesses. The access points can double as range extenders, and bring a variety of security measures to the table.

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Linksys wireless routers affected by worm called TheMoon

Linksys wireless routers affected by worm called TheMoon

The SANS Institute's Internet Storm Center discovered a worm that affects older Linksys wireless routers after receiving multiple complaints from owners. The ISC, as it is called, published a write up about what it had discovered about the worm called TheMoon, as well as possible models at risk. Linksys has followed up the notification with a confirmation of the issue.

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Linksys N750 Dual-Band X3500 gateway packs DSL and WiFi

Linksys N750 Dual-Band X3500 gateway packs DSL and WiFi

Linksys has outed its latest modem-router, the N750 Dual-Band X3500, bundling ADSL and gigabit ethernet connectivity along with wireless and app support. Offering dual-band 802.11n for up to 450Mbps wireless, along with four gigabit ethernet ports and a USB port that can be used to share external storage and printers with multiple networked devices.

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Belkin completes Linksys acquistition

Belkin completes Linksys acquistition

Back in January, we reported that Belkin was gearing up to acquire Linksys. That day has finally come, with the company announcing earlier today that the acquisition is complete. Linksys products will still be offered under that name, and not much will change for customers, but this marks a big day for Belkin.

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Belkin gears up to acquire Cisco’s home networking division

Belkin gears up to acquire Cisco’s home networking division

Today Belkin announced that it has big acquisition plans for the future, revealing that it has entered into an agreement to purchase Cisco's home networking business. This means that Belkin will be buying the Linksys brand, among other things. Hearing that, it becomes immediately clear how big of a deal this is for Belkin, considering that Linksys large installed base will be coming along with the brand.

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Cisco reportedly chasing Linksys sale as consumer segment sours

Cisco reportedly chasing Linksys sale as consumer segment sours

Cisco is looking to shed home router division Linksys, according to tipster whispers, in the hope of exiting the low-margin consumer networking business and making back a little on its $500m 2003 outlay on the firm. The company has reportedly engaged Barclays to sniff out a potential buyer, insiders tattle to

Bloomberg, with TV manufacturers expected to be among those interested given the increasing role the internet plays in home entertainment.

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Linksys Powerline adapters debut; Wireless in pipeline

Linksys Powerline adapters debut; Wireless in pipeline

Linksys has outed a new line-up of HomePlug Powerline adapters, promising up to 200Mbps network connections passed over your regular home electricity wiring. Billed as ideal for consoles, streaming media adapters and the like, the new Linksys AV 1-Port (PLEK400) and AV 4-Port (PLSK400) offer one or four 10/100 sockets respectively, and will be joined by a wireless bridge later this quarter.

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Linksys E4200 V2 router rocks mobile app control

Linksys E4200 V2 router rocks mobile app control

Linksys has a cool new router for your wireless home network that will make taking care of that network while you are away a snap thanks to special access capability that doesn't require you to be at a computer to change your settings. The router is called the E4200 v2, and the new version adds a few other tricks as well.

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Linksys WES610N Wireless-N Bridge gets your HDTV, console & STB online

Linksys WES610N Wireless-N Bridge gets your HDTV, console & STB online

Linksys by Cisco has outed its latest entertainment bridge, the WES610N Wireless-N Bridge, intended to hook up your ethernet-port toting HDTV, cable and other STBs, and consoles like the Xbox 360 and PS3 to your WiFi network. The WES610N offers a choice of 2.3GHz or 5GHz wireless (though not simultaneously) and has four 10/100 ethernet ports.

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