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Linksys name will live on

Back in late January of 2013, Belkin announced that it intended the purchase Linksys from Cisco. Cisco had originally purchased Linksys for $500 million in 2003 in an effort to gain access to the consumer networking market. That investment didn't work out so well for Cisco and the company began searching for a buyer last year.

Belkin announced on March 15 that it completed its acquisition of Linksys. Belkin will continue to manage Linksys as a separate brand and product portfolio, which means the Linksys name will live on as promised.


"Linksys has a rich heritage, a passionate customer base and a wide product line, all of which fueled our decision to acquire the company and our plan to maintain the Linksys brand," said Chet Pipkin, CEO of Belkin.

Belkin says that Linksys customers and retailers will continue to see new products carrying the name come to the market in the near future. Belkin says that several new announcements will be made sometime this spring.
 
Support will continue for existing Linksys products and all warranties that are currently valid will be honored on Linksys products.

Source: Belkin



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RE: Residential Class Routers just suck
By bodar on 3/18/2013 10:28:41 PM , Rating: 2
True. I still have a wired PC, so for me it's not a big deal. Although, I had a friend run ethernet cable vertically through the wall from the living room to my computer room, since the router is in the living room for WiFi and the PS3. Not every environment is the same.

Now that I think about it, I do find it odd that a router would even give you any info without having you log in to the admin console first.


By Spookster on 3/19/2013 1:13:32 AM , Rating: 2
And here is an example of how much information they give out to anybody who comes along. Quite shocking really.
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t86/Blazindynam...


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