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Nology offers pocket-sized Billion router

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Riaan Leuschner, Managing Director at Nology
Nology, a supplier of quality security-driven broadband, networking and communication solutions, has announced the availability of the Billion 3300NX router, a pocket-sized multi-function router with plug and share technology that makes the mobile office a reality, with always-on wireless connectivity anytime, anywhere.

Measuring just 9.1cm by 7.8cm and only 3.1cm wide, the 3300NX is ultra portable, and the convenient built in USB port for a 3G USB modem means that internet access is always available, at home, at the office or on a business trip. The feature packed device offers 3.5G USB connectivity, wireless N technology with up to 300 Mbps transfer rates, auto-failover between 3G and eWAN and the ability to use the router as a print server, FTP server, Webcam server and Samba server.

“This innovative router also offers three devices in one highly compact box, with Router Mode, AP Mode and AP-Client Mode delivering a variety of different applications,” says Riaan Leuschner, Managing Director at Nology.
“The router mode enables high speed Internet connectivity to be shared wirelessly, while AP mode enables the 3300NX to be plugged into an existing router to expand wireless range, and AP-Client mode enables devices without built-in wireless capability to be plugged into the device for connectivity.”

Ideal for the Home and SME markets, the 3300NX combines the latest, fastest technology in a form factor and a price to fit the pocket. With Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) establishing a secure home or small office network has never been easier and thanks to its various operating modes, the router becomes a multi-function device that enhances productivity.

“Using one of the USB ports, a printer can be connected to the router for wireless printer sharing, or connect a Webcam to use the device as a surveillance system. The built-in FTP and Samba server allow sharing of data from external hard drives, flash drives or card readers. Users can also take advantage of multiple SSIDs to allow access to different networks through a single access point,” says Leuschner.

A built-in Firewall as well as port filtering, URL filtering, IP filtering and MAC filtering make creating a secure network a simple procedure and with an easy setup utility, firmware upgrades delivered via a Web browser, remote management and email alerts, users can be up and running with their networks in a matter of minutes.

“With an easy to set up interface, easy to use internet connectivity and multiple functionality as well as secure networking and a pocket sized form, the BIPAC 3300NX offers everything the Home and SME user needs to create enterprise class network capability at a price point that will suit even the tightest of budgets,” Leuschner concludes.

The Billion 3300NX is available now from Nology and distributor Platinum Micro.


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