Linksys®, a leader in home and business networking solutions and Rivet Networks, makers of the award winning line of high-performance Killer™ Networking products for desktop and notebook PCs, today announced at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, the upcoming availability of the new Linksys WRT™ gaming edition router – the WRT32X. This first of its kind collaboration, Linksys and Rivet Networks teamed to incorporate the Killer Prioritization Engine (KPE) to provide serious online gamers the only router optimized for high-speed gaming for users with Killer-enabled gaming PCs. The KPE optimizes traffic for low latency and less lag and ensures that the Killer-enabled PC’s gaming, audio, and video is fast and smooth, while simultaneously managing other online traffic in the home to ensure other devices and activities are not compromised. The new firmware and graphical user interface (GUI) was also custom-built from the ground up with a focus on monitoring and controlling gaming network traffic. The Linksys WRT32X is available for pre-order starting today and plans to ship starting in September 2017.
The global gaming market of more than 2.2 billion gamers are expected to generate $109 billion dollars of revenue this year of which 27% is from PC Gamers and 31% from Console Gamers or combined 58% according to the latest Global Gaming Market Report from Newszoo. “Serious gamers are spending money on game play and expect to have technology that provides significant advantages to beat their opponents”, said Vince La Duca, global product manager at Linksys. “The Linksys WRT32X provides advantages that no other routers have – and that is the Killer Prioritization Engine. The router, when paired with a Killer-enabled PC –from makers such as Alienware®, Gigabyte®, MSI® or Razer®, and others provides a powerful end-to-end connection to prioritize gaming traffic to reduce peak ping times up to 77%*, providing a real advantage for faster kills over opponents that use regular “so-called” gaming routers.”
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Black & Decker®, a division of Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. (NYSE: SWK), launches the new MATRIX™ Quick Connect System™ tool — an innovative modular tool system built around three different base power units and changeable attachments to drill, cut, sand, and more. The patented MATRIX modular tool system offers performance and value in a simple and practical way for power tool users to grow their toolbox at their own pace. With this system, users can access some of the industry’s most popular types of tools which were traditionally limited to professionals while offering savings up to 42% versus purchasing bare tools separately.¹
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/57535-black-and-decker-multi-head-matrix-quick-connect-tool-system
¹ – based on MSRP.
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Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU), is to enter the $4bn-a-year market for Internet core routers, with breakthrough technologies that promise enhanced capacity and connectivity, improved energy consumption and dramatically lower costs for the world’s communication networks.
To view Multimedia News Release, go http://www.multivu.com/mnr/55907-alcatel-lucent-unveils-new-core-router
This video describes how a stained glass rose window frame is made using a computerized woodworking tool (CNC router). The stained glass design originates in the great cathedrals of Europe, and now you have the possibility to make your own extraordinary stained glass rose window with one of these rose window frames.
This is the second video in a series on how to make things with a CNC router. This video shows how to take silhouettes and reproduce them on the CNC router. You start with the CAD drawing program, then moveto the CAM program which calculates the router path, and then last go to the CNC router itself and watch your silhouette come alive.
Learn what a CNC router is and what it can do. The CNC Router is controlled by a computer and can be programmed to make all kinds of useful techniques. You\\\'ll see how the CNC router operates and review some of the variety of projects that you can make with it. The CNC router is very versatile and is an exciting tool to add to the custom woodworker\\\'s shop.