announced Monday that it will showcase a number of network sharing devices this week at
Macworld Expo, in San Francisco.
MaxGate was launched in June of last year as an independent corporation from UMAX Inc. focusing exclusively on providing comprehensive network infrastructure and Internet gateway solutions.
The company will spotlight its UGate products, including its new
UGate-3300, a wireless Internet sharing gateway with Dynamic Domain Name Service and a built-in print server. Also on display will be the
UGate-3200P, a broadband sharing gateway designed for small- to medium-size networks. It includes the industry’s first seven-port 10/100Mbps auto-sensing switch and built-in Dynamic Domain Name Service (DDNS) support for faster remote access by authorized users.
MaxGate prosumer/SOHO products at Macworld will include:
UGate-3300 – Cable/xDSL Internet Wireless Sharing Gateway with DDNS and built-in Print Server
UGate-3200P – Cable/xDSL 7-port Internet Sharing Gateway with DDNS and built-in Print Server
UGate-3200 – Cable/xDSL Internet Sharing Gateway with 10/100M 7-port Hub and DDNS
UGate-3000 – Cable/xDSL Internet Sharing Gateway with 10/100M 4-port Hub and DDNS