As consumers begin the transition to the new Wi-Fi technology, Linksys is introducing a solution that not only includes a powerful product, but has new innovation that enables them to stay connected to their devices and home wireless networks from anywhere, any time.
What does HWN stand for?
HWN stands for Home Wireless Network
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Samples in periodicals archive:
With the proliferation of connected devices in the home, consumers today increasingly rely on the strength and stability of their home wireless network," said Ali Ahmar, regional director, ME - CBU, Netgear.
But, the researchers said that the owners of household robots can do some simple things to significantly increase their security, such as turning on encryption for a home wireless network, and disabling Internet access to the robot's controls.
The product provides text messaging with no monthly or per-message fees and supports all the major instant messaging (IM) platforms--AOL, Yahoo and MSN--through Wi-Fi spots from a home wireless network or any open or free wireless hot spots.
British Telecom yesterday said it will next year introduce a range of wireless home networking products to the UK residential and small office markets, based on products co-developed with Atlanta, Georgia-based Home Wireless Networks Inc (HWN).