Savant is teaming with NETGEAR as an exclusive provider of networking solutions, as well as system design and support services, to create a seamless experience for integrators.
Netgear is bringing to the market its next-generation digital canvas product, Meural Canvas II, along with the Orbi WiFi 6, a Mesh WiFi system that the company says will provide a way to take advantage of faster Internet speeds and more affordable gigabit services
With the Wi-Fi 6 standard finalized, the launch of product built for the new standard is upon us. NETGEAR is the first out of the gate with their latest Nighthawk routers.
NETGEAR just showed off the new Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 Wi-Fi Router at the SXSW Gaming Expo. The router boasts high-performing Internet speeds that minimize pings and latency to provide users with an unmatched gaming experience.
The NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 joins the existing family of Nighthawk Mesh extenders, which employ a dedicated WiFi link to provide an uninterrupted flow of data between the primary router and the extender.
Netgear announced this week that it has debuted the new Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi Router (R8000), described by the company as the first-ever tri-band WiFi router to arrive on the market.
Netgear CEO Patrick Lo expanded his company’s ongoing mission to “connect everyone” to broadband services by rolling out at 2013 CES several new products—a low-priced wireless surveillance camera, a broadband signal extender, and smart TV devices—that are designed to improve the smart home experience.
NETGEAR CEO Patrick Lo expanded his company's ongoing mission to "connect everyone" to broadband services with night surveillance camera, signal extender.
Making the most of the biggest sporting event of the year no longer means having the biggest, baddest screen on the block. Football fans and Super Bowl dilettantes alike are looking to reach out and expand the social aspect of fandom beyond the living room.
This year, in addition to state-of-the-art flat screens and sound systems, retailers need to acknowledge the networking trend with gadgets that connect viewers to Facebook friends, streaming online services, and mobile apps that integrate home video and audio gear with smartphones and tablets. Whether it’s indignation at a blown call or celebratory shout-outs when their team scores, football fans want to share the games not only with those around them, but with friends and family miles away. This leads to the increased use of second screens—like tablets—so that viewers can follow friends’ comments on Facebook, or trends on Twitter, while watching the game.
Technology companies have done a pretty good job recently in making money hand-over-fist for things you can fit in a purse.
The next frontier is...well, a bit bigger.
The phrase "three screens" - phone, laptop, TV - gets tossed around quite a bit, but we never focus on that third one as much. Sure, Google TV and Apple TV and a multimedia-friendly Microsoft Xbox exist, but they haven't captured our attention in quite the same way as, say, a smartphone.
That's changing quickly.
Market research firm Infonetics expects consumers worldwide