Up to 1.67Gbps 802.11ac with upcoming client adapters
Fifteen years ago, Linksys introduced a black-and-blue wireless router that became the first 802.11g draft product to hit the market. The WRT54G offered consumers reasonable performance, exceptional versatility with custom firmware, and fell dramatically in price in the following years.
Now more past its sell by date than Steve Jobs
The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple appears to be seeking to be the world leader in vapourware by promising shedloads of products which never turn up.
Has 20 flaws
Quanta appears to be hoping to win the title for creating the world’s least secure routers.
7200Mbps over 2.4GHz, 5GHz and 60GHz
TP-Link brought the world's first 802.11ad WiGig router to CES 2016 show floor, the TP-Link Talon AD7200, which looks rather interesting with its eight foldable antennas.
Puts 64-bit quad-core on the router
Broadcom announced a 64-bit quad-core processor for high-end routers which is being geared for enterprises and smart-homes.
Someone has quietly installed backdoors three years ago in a core piece of networking equipment used to protect corporate and government systems around the world.
Because you can never have too many doors
While government spooks are trying to lean on manufactures to provide backdoors, Arris has gone one further and provided its backdoor with a backdoor.
It is safer that everyone knows
Security experts in the US are asking the government to insist that router code be made open source.
Puma 7 lands on its paws
Intel has released its new Puma 7 DOCSIS 3.1 chip and while router chips are normally a bit of a yawn this one could lead to multi-gigabit cable modems.