Improved Powerline devices provide faster, safe and inexpensive networking via existing home electrical outlets.
Los Angeles, CA - December 30, 2004 - GigaFast Ethernet, a leading manufacturer of networking devices, today announced they will be showcasing a versatile, advanced line of Powerline networking solutions at CES 2004 in Las Vegas. One of the leading companies offering HomePlug products, GigaFast the Powerline devices will allow users to create networks via existing electrical wiring.
As more and more users are filling their homes with computer, entertainment and home automation products, the need for an easy, affordable, and reliable way to use and connect them all is paramount. GigaFast is developing the latest in networking solutions that allow users to connect their existing networkable electronics, creating a central, home network that reaches every room in your house (including your yard and garage) using only the current electrical wiring on your property. The HomePlug products offer speeds and security comparable, and in many cases better, than wireless networking without difficult installations.
"GigaFast's newest HomePlug products provide consumers the best of networking," said Jay Cheng, President and CEO of GigaFast. "Whether you are setting up an entertainment or computer based network, HomePlug allows people to seamlessly connect games, A/V equipment, computers and home automation devices without the costly need to re -wire or the unreliability of wireless."
I addition to the Powerline products, GigaFast will be demonstrating some of their other networking solutions including the wireless access point and USB print server. GigaFast strives to produce the best in easy to use, affordable and stylish home networking solutions for today's home and small office.
Founded in 1997, GigaFast Ethernet is a leading manufacturer of networking products for home and small office/home office (SOHO) users. Focused on innovative design and ease of use, GigaFast designs and develops products that enable users to easily share not only Internet access, peripherals, and digital content, but also applications among multiple PCs and other Internet -enabled devices. GigaFast has offices in Los Angeles, CA, Taipei, Taiwan and ShenZhen City, China.