Nexaira 3G/4G Router for Small Business

The newly expanded line of 3G/4G routers is priced for small and home offices.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Apr 7, 2010
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According to Nexaira its NexConnect SOHO 3G/4G router is geared toward small businesses and home offices, and it can be connected to a wide variety of carrier networks in North America. As noted in this PC World story, Nexaira's routers can speak Wi-Fi to multiple devices while linking to the Internet via wired or wireless broadband.


"Nexaira Wireless on Tuesday expanded its line of 3G/4G routers, which can be connected to a wide variety of carrier networks in North America, aiming a new US$99 model at small and home offices.

"Nexaira's routers can speak Wi-Fi to multiple devices while linking to the Internet via wired or wireless broadband. They can be fitted with carrier modems for EV-DO (Evolution-Data Optimized), HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access) or WiMax, and can also be connected to a DSL (digital subscriber line) or cable-modem broadband service. It's up to the user to supply the 3G or 4G modem, using a USB or ExpressCard slot, but as a result, the Nexaira router offers the flexibility to change mobile operators at any time, said Rusty Wright, vice president of marketing and business development."

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