|D-LInk's 3G Mobile Router|
Posted: 17-May-2006 [Source: D-Link]
[D-Link Wireless 3G Mobile Router, the DL-725, offers wireless subscribers the ability to share their 3G connection via Ethernet and 802.11g.]
Fountain Valley, CA -- D-Link, the end to end networking solutions provider for consumers and business, today announced that the D-Link Wireless 3G Mobile Router will be added to its line of award-winning customer premise products. The D-Link Wireless 3G Mobile Router (DI-725) will offer subscribers of wireless carriers the ability to share 3G wireless broadband access at speeds up to 2.4 Mbps with Ethernet and 802.11g connected stations from anywhere a compatible 3G mobile signal is available. The D-Link Wireless 3G Mobile Router will offer both consumers and small business a way to provide wireless wide area networking (WAN) for local Ethernet and 802.11g Wi-Fi networks.
The D-Link Wireless 3G Mobile Router will come equipped with a built in Cardbus slot for the insertion of a 3G wireless notebook adapter interface for EVDO, UMTS, and HSDPA networks. The router will also feature two USB 2.0 ports, one for providing wireless broadband access when used in conjunction with a USB enabled 3G mobile cell phone and another port for optional print server functionality. The D-Link DI-725 Wireless 3G Mobile Router will include a built-in 10/100 Mbps switch to connect up to four Ethernet-enabled networking devices as well as an integrated 802.11g access point for wireless LAN support.
"Providing shared broadband network access to mobile subscribers from anywhere a cellular network reaches is a strong proposition for mobile operators," said Steven Joe, President and CEO for D-Link. "This new 3G router and its extensive feature set will be an important product for wireless carriers looking to drive additional value added service revenue."
The D-Link DI-725 Wireless 3G Mobile Router will also incorporate enhanced security features such as WPA, support for 802.1x, and NAT firewall functionality to protect your network. Parental Control features include URL Filtering and Domain Blocking to keep users on your network from accessing blocked content. The router will also include scheduling features to prevent access during unsupervised hours.
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