Belkin International brands – Belkin, Linksys, Wemo and Phyn – for the first time since merging with Foxconn Interconnect Technology (FIT), announced its 2019 portfolio of connected things (Belkin) and connected home (Linksys, Wemo and Phyn) products at CES 2019, on Monday.
According to latest study by Linksys on consumer Wi-Fi usage trends that there is rapid adoption of IoT in the Middle East with a growing number of people investing in smart devices for their home and the possibilities are endless, from smart lighting
Linksys announced the availability of its new Velop Dual-Band Mesh WiFi system offers similar software features found in the Velop Tri-Band including Intelligent Mesh, advanced parental controls, website blocking, Amazon Alexa compatibility,
Chinese major electronics giant, Foxconn Interconnect Technology Limited (FIT) is all set to buy Belkin International including Belkin, Linksys, Wemo and Phyn brands for approximately US$866 million in cash, creating a global consumer electronics leader.
In today’s age of constant connectivity, having a seamless Wi-Fi connection is a must and when it comes to business operation, even a small downtime or lag in connection can cost dearly. This is especially true for small and medium business (SMBs) owners, who are looking for maximum output from their investments.
Linksys has announced that at CES 2018, it has expanded its Velop whole home mesh Wi-Fi line. The company has added a Dual-Band offering and new software advancements that enhance performance with Intelligent Mesh technology. The new additions include security features with advanced parental controls, network traffic monitoring, and web site blocking in the Linksys app. “Velop is now the most flexible […]
Networking solutions provider, Linksys will align its portfolio to the SMB needs and ensure that aging networks will no longer hold back SMB growth. This move comes as a result of the findings from a commissioned Wi-Fi study of channel partners