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Nexaira intros 3G/4G router for small and home offices

updated 04:25 pm EDT, Wed April 7, 2010

Nexaira to soon ship 3G/4G router for home office

Nexaira Wireless on Tuesday announced the upcoming release of its 3G/4G router for small or home offices. As the name implies, the device can take an existing 3G or upcoming 4G mobile data network and share it with multiple office computers over Wi-Fi. Its makers claim users can get faster 3G/4G speeds than when using a data card in notebooks.

Setup is automated and a graphical i3 interface is said to be intuitive. Supported HSPA and HSPA+ networks include AT&T's, Bell's Rogers', Telus' and T-Mobile's, while EVDO RevA is recognized for Sprint and Verizon. Clear's 4G WiMAX network is also supported.

When the NexConnect SOHO router ships in May, it will cost $100.






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