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D-Link rolls out new SMB wireless options

17 Aug 2010

D-Link has launched the DAP-2690, which the firm says can offer small and medium business-class or enterprise environments with “a high-performance, business-class wireless solution”.

Maurice Famularo, Marketing Director for D-Link Australia and New Zealand, explained, “This new Wireless N access point provides all the advanced features of the AirPremier Series, and delivers reliable performance with maximum wireless signal rates of up to 300Mbps. This is an ideal solution for SMBs or enterprises that are looking for the latest wireless solution with advanced security levels."

Four detachable antennas provide wireless coverage in both the 2.4GHz (802.11g and 802.11n) and 5GHz (802.11a and 802.11n) bands.

The access point also supports Wi-Fi Multimedia and Load Balancing.

The DAP-2690 AirPremier comes with an RRP of AU$614 inc. GST and NZ$809 inc. GST.

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