D-Link, has today announced that it is launching a Wireless 3G Mobile Router that allows subscribers of 3G services to share their connection wirelessly.
The D-Link Wireless 3G Mobile Router will offer both consumers and small business a way to provide wireless wide area networking (WAN) for local Ethernet and 802.11g Wi-Fi networks.
The D-Link Wireless 3G Mobile Router will come equipped with a built in Cardbus slot for the insertion of a 3G wireless notebook adapter interface for EVDO, UMTS, and HSDPA networks and will also feature two USB2.0 ports, one for providing wireless broadband access when used in conjunction with a USB enabled 3G mobile cell phone and another port for optional print server functionality.
The D-Link Wireless 3G Mobile Router will include a built-in 10/100 Mbps switch to connect up to four Ethernet-enabled networking devices as well as an integrated 802.11g access point for wireless LAN support.
"Providing shared wireless broadband access has gone one step further, the ability to get this functionality via 3G really adds flexibility for mobile subscribers and is a strong proposition for mobile operators", said Balvinder Singh Phull, Marketing Communications Manager UK and Ireland D-Link. "This new 3G router has extensive features that will be attractive to the mobile user and for carriers looking to add value to develop further revenue streams."
The new router will cost £125 when it becomes available later in the month.