The XRouter Aero, which brings wireless connectivity to small office and home user environments, is shipping this month from Dr. Bott, a manufacturer and distributor of Mac peripherals.
The XRouter Aero allows up to 253 wired or wireless users to share access to the Internet using only one cable or DSL modem and one ISP while protecting against potential intrusion attempts from outside hackers. A wireless access point that combines a cable/DSL router, with a built-in 10/100 Mbps switch. It supports any 802.11b (AirPort) compliant wireless card or device. It has a retail price of US $299.99.
TesCom, a reseller of Mercury Interactive tools and provider of certified product specialists for WinRunner and LoadRunner script design, says its integrated Mercury Interactive’s WinRunner and Netopia’s Timbuktu products to successfully automate regression testing of software applications running on Macs.
Roxio has completed its spin-off from Adaptec. Regular way trading of its common stock began Monday on the Nasdaq National Market under the ticker symbol “ROXI.”
Anota has introduced GUI-fier, its latest e-business enabling tool that may be of interest to some Mac users.