Franklin Unveils Portable WiMax Hotspot Router

R536 WiMax Wave II embedded Wi-Fi hotspot router is a 2.5 GHz band device that features 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Mar 25, 2010
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Franklin Wireless Corp. has announced the availability of its R536 WiMax Wave II embedded Wi-Fi hotspot router for U.S., Latin American and Caribbean markets. According to the company's press release on Open Source Magazine, the R536 is ideal for those who need to stay connected on the go.


"'Franklin Wireless is pleased to announce the availability of the R536 WiMax embedded Wi-Fi hotspot router,"' said OC Kim, co-founder and president of Franklin Wireless. 'We feel that this new router will offer consumers served by WiMax networks both affordability and ease of use.'

"Featuring enhanced portability, Franklin's new WiMax hotspot router is smaller and weighs less (approximately 2.46 ounces or 70 grams) than other products available in the market today. This is R536 is a 2.5 GHz band device that features 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi, supports Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems and does not require any special software to access network connections."

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