The Actiontec MI424WR Router sets a new industry standard for performance,increasing service speeds up to 1 Gbps wired (with Gigabit Ethernet interface) and 300 Mbps wireless, thanks to its new802.11n wireless chip set. This allows the MI424WR Router to easily meet the needs of today's increasingly sophisticated consumer market. Able to support multiple value-added, bandwidth-intensive applications, this broadband wireless router has become more than just a simple router. It can handle multiple high-throughput media streams simultaneously, including standard and HDTV-based video programming and feed personal video recording functionality from multiple HD set top boxes or other digital storage devices to multiple TVs in the house.
Actiontec's newest router, the R1000H, is a bandwidth monster. Designed from the ground up to be used with FITH (Fiber-Into-The-Home), the R1000H employs its Gigabit Ethernet networking abilities to pump out massive amounts of data, to high-definition monitors, to home audio systems, to NAS drives, to anywhere you need to move lots of data, and move it fast.
The Actiontec V1000H Wireless N VDSL Modem Router is one of the most robust routers available today. With its new, powerful wireless N radio, gigabit Ethernet switch and WAN port, dual-core 32-bit processor, support for HPNA and capacious amounts of memory(32MB Flash, 64MB SDRAM), this Router propels through the Internet with incredible speed. It can simultaneously support a wide range of demanding multimedia applications, including HDTV, standard TV, Voiceover WiFi, media sharing, and online gaming.
The Actiontec ECB2500C supports full Ethernet speed, uses existing coax cabling, reduced beacon power level, and is coexistence with cable TV services.
Actiontec HCB1000 HPNA Adapter
The Actiontec HCB1000 (Ethernet to Coax HPNA Adapter) is designed to connect between two distinct and discrete networking types: standard (and ubiquitous) 10/100BaseT Ethernet, and coax cabling, the new and emerging method to pipe multimedia into today's homes and offices.
The Actiontec HPE200AVP MegaPlugAV 200 Mbps Ethernet Adapter Kits lets you expand your current home network using the existing power lines in your house. This Powerline networking kit expands your home network with its ability to bring the network to any room in your house with a standard electrical outlet. And it's so easy to use, any do-it-yourself networker can get it up and running in a flash. The Ethernet Adapter Kit supports speeds up to 200 Mbps and adheres to the HomePlug AV standard.
The Actiontec HPE400AVP MegaPlugAV 4-Port Switch turns any electrical outlet in the home into a high speed Internet connection, with speeds up to 200 Mbps. Powerline technology networks the home without having to rewire or struggle with spotty or unreliable wireless connections.
The Actiontec GT724WGR is the latest powerhouse wireless DSLModem. Building on years of DSL modem design and manufacturing, the GT724WGR is actually three products in one sleek package:a full-rate ADSLmodem, a 4-port switch,and a wireless G router. Why clutter your desk or bookcase or multimedia armoire with multiple units when one will do?
The Actiontec GT724R is the latest powerhouse DSL Modem. Building on years of DSL modem design and manufacturing, the DSL Modem is actually two products in one sleek package: a full-rate ADSL modem, and a 4-port switch. Why clutter your desk or bookcase or multimedia armoire with multiple units when one will do?
The new Actiontec GT701D Ethernet DSL Modem with Routing Capabilities is really two devices rolled into one. It's a full rate DSL modem and it's a router, capable of connecting to one computer, via Ethernet port, and even more using a switch or hub, with a minimum amount of hassle.
The Actiontec V1000 is one of the most robust routers available today. With its new, powerful wireless N radio, gigabit Ethernet switch, dual-core 32-bit processor and capacious amounts of memory (32MB Flash, 64MB SDRAM), the V1000 can simultaneously support a wide range of demanding multimedia applications, including HDTV, standard TV, Voice over WiFi, media sharing, and online gaming. As a point of comparison, most routers use a 32-bit single-core processor, 4MB Flash, and 8MB SDRAM.
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