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"Continuing with our reputation of providing the fastest wireless product s available, customers purchasing U.S. Robotics wireless solutions today should be assured that they are buying 125 Mbps capable product," said Jim Thomsen, senior product manager of U.S.
According to Jim Thomsen, senior product manager for U.S. Robotics," Nearly all desktop and laptop computers today come standard with USB ports.
According to Steve Cullen, senior vice president, Consumer and Client Product Delivery at Symantec, "Teaming up with U.S. Robotics protects Internet users who are concerned about privacy and cyber attacks.
"The days of dial-up are far from over," said Amy Hansen, product line manager, analog modems, U.S. Robotics. "In fact, according to IDC, as little as 25 percent of online households have a broadband connection to the Internet, making dial-up the most popular way for households to connect to the Internet.
The USB-bus powered asymmetric DSL modem will be the first DSL product introduced by U.S. Robotics since its separation from 3Com last September.
The $6.6 billion acquisition of U.S. Robotics in 1997, resulted in some management difficulties for 3Com when it attempted to rebrand the modem and networking identity of U.S.
John McCartney was CEO at U.S. Robotics, the company that launched the Palm Pilot.
The company distributes products from industry leaders including: 3Com, Asus, APC, ATI, Creative Labs, Diamond, Fujitsu, HP/Colorado Memory, Imation, Key Tronic, Lexmark, Microsoft, Mitsumi, Quantum, Samsung, Seagate, Smile, TEAC, Toshiba, U.S. Robotics, ViewSonic, Verbatim, Western Digital, and Yamaha.
He has worked on the design of numerous integrated circuit programs with Xerox, Quantum, U.S. Robotics (now 3Com) and InterDigital Communications.
The PalmPilot, on the other hand, is distributed primarily via computer specialty channels -- a strategy that is a "holdover from the U.S. Robotics days," said Miao.
(Puma also supplies the connectivity programs for U.S. Robotics' Pilot.)
We have 10 fantastic U.S. Robotics Sportster Flash modems from 3Com to be won.