By 1 March 2012 | Categories: sponsored content



Modems, routers and other networking devices won't rank highly on most people's sexiest gadget list, but they do play a crucial role in connecting us to the net. Nology's range of Wireless-N enabled devices ensures that your home or office network provides the best coverage, as well as the quickest data transfer speeds.

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Billion Wireless-N ADSL2+ Modem/Router with 3G Failover (7300NX)Billion Wireless-N ADSL2+ Modem/Router with 3G Failover*


Most companies are dependent on a constant and reliable Internet connection, which makes working in SA challenging. The Billion 7300NX can fortunately meet these demands, since it not only provides ADSL support, but also 3G connectivity via a 3G/HSDPA modem*. It supports downstream data transmission speeds of up to 24Mbps on ADSL2/2+. With the Auto-Failover feature, the router will automatically failover to the 3G connection, if the ADSL connection drops, ensuring that the Internet connection is always on. The Billion 7300NX will automatically failback to ADSL when the ADSL connection comes back up. (*3G Modem not included)

Wireless Ethernet Over Power Adapter Bundle (P106N)Wireless Ethernet Over Power Adapter Bundle


Don't like the look of unsightly cables? Billion's P106N Wireless Ethernet over Power bundle allows users to deliver high-speed network access (transfer speeds of up to 200 Mbps) via the electrical wiring within their home or office. With the built-in Wireless Access Point, users have the freedom of high speed wireless connectivity, up to 300Mbps. It's as easy as pie to set-up and can help in homes and offices where wireless connectivity is a hassle.

Wireless-N 150Mbps ADSL2+ Modem/Router (7300W)Wireless-N 150Mbps ADSL2+ Modem/Router


This router is ideal for users looking for high-speed ADSL internet access. The Billion 7300W supports ADSL2/2+ providing maximum download speeds of up to 24 Mbps. It sports a Wireless-N Access Point that supports a wireless data speed of up to 150 Mbps which helps to make the Billion 7300W ideal for online applications and video streaming.

Wireless-N USB Adapter (3011N)Wireless-N USB Adapter


The Billion 3011N is aimed at home and small office users and supports a blistering data transfer speed of up to 150 Mbps upload and 300 Mbps download, meaning it can easily cope with bandwidth-heavy applications. The Billion 3011N is simple and easy-to-use providing an intuitive user interface for setting up the wireless network. To ensure a secure connection, the Billion 3011N supports WEP and WPA/WPA2 encryption as well as WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup). The Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) function offers priority to multimedia applications for optimal streaming.

Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender (3100SN)Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender


There's nothing quite as frustrating as dead spots in an office or home where the wireless signal does not extend to. The compact Billion 3100SN will assist users in securely extending their Internet access, making it easier to reach all notebooks, PCs, gaming consoles and smartphones in an extended office / home. This device can also be configured and employed as an Access Point and is capable of repeating 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi signals from any wireless router.

For more information please contact Nology on 012-657-1317 or visit for your local retail outlet.

Demystifying Wireless-N

IEEE 802.11n, or the Wireless-N standard, supports significantly improved data rates (up to six times that of 802.11g), also providing up to three times the wireless coverage area of an 802.11g capable device.

This means that a home served by a single Wireless-N capable Wi-Fi router suffers from fewer "dead spots" where there is no Internet connection, whilst businesses have speedier access to bandwidth-intensive applications including video conferencing and wireless VoIP (Voice over IP).


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