routers

Chris Nuttall

Setting up a Wi-Fi network in the home appears to be beyond many consumers, with retailers sometimes seeing returns of upwards of 20-25 per cent on wireless routers.

Enter the Cisco Valet – a simplified product that doesn’t even say it’s a router on the box – aimed at the two-thirds of US homes still without wireless. 

Joseph Menn

If your iPhone is still sluggish a few years from now, don’t blame Cisco Systems.

The top networking equipment maker on Tuesday announced a new high-end router for telecom companies that it said could handle three times the internet traffic of its current model at the same $90,000 base price.

Put a few of them together–ok, 72–and you could handle a video call from every man, woman and child in China.