D-Link Announces New 3G Mobile Wireless Router

The D-Link DIR-412 allows users to access a worldwide broadband connection through a secure 802.11n Wi-Fi network.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Aug 24, 2010
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The release of a new portable router – The D-Link® Mobile Wireless Router (DIR-412) – was announced in a press release by PR-USA.net. The new technology will allow users to establish a secure Wi-Fi connection almost anywhere. Key benefits of the new technology include advanced network security and the ability to establish an Internet connection in locations that don't have cable or DSL service.


"'The DIR-412 offers the perfect balance for users looking for a home or travel router that works with their 3G USB adapter,' said Lou Reda, Vice President and General Manager Consumer Division. 'Our DIR-412 router supports all major carriers in Canada such as Bell, TELUS and Rogers and will connect automatically with your 3G USB adapter, making it an easy to use solution for anyone looking to do more with their plan.'"

Read the Full Press Release at PR-USA.net

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