Launching a second wave of Home Networking solutions, Comtrend brings to market new wireless accessories for residential and business customers.
IRVINE, CA. February 27, 2012 – Comtrend Corporation, a global supplier of advanced networking solutions, today announced a three-product expansion in Comtrend’s wireless Home Networking portfolio.
The WD-1020 and WD-1021 are nano USB adapters, utilizing 802.11n wifi (150Mbps and 300Mbps respectively). In the world’s smallest form factor, these WiFi Certified adapters allow users to instantly upgrade computers and laptops to the latest wireless standard.
The innovative WAP-5833 is an 802.11n (300Mbps) WiFi Certified wireless extender that is integrated into a small wall plug adapter. As a repeater, access point, and client, it is an all-in-one device that is easy to set-up, operate, and secure. The WAP-5833 is designed to help business and families extend their wireless network throughout their office or home in an easy, cost-effective manner.
“Today Comtrend demonstrates our continued commitment to bring Home Networking to our Service Provider partners. As they increase their home networking services to residential and business customers, they reap the reward of deeper relationships, more competitive offerings, and new revenue streams. It is an all-win scenario for Comtrend, the Service Provider, and their customer,” said John DiFrenna, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Comtrend- Americas.
“Many Service Providers need to broaden their service offering,” says Dan Knofler, Marketing Manager. “When Service Providers offer advanced Home Networking equipment to their customers, they regain their trusted-community-resource identity which was the hallmark of the telecom industry for more than a generation. Families, small and large businesses alike, need a dependable partner for creating and troubleshooting their networks. Comtrend stands behind the Service Provider to accomplish this with competitively priced, high quality, and easy to support Home Networking products.”