Dec. 25, 2007 11:0:7 AM December 06, 2007- Sao Paulo, Brazil - TP-Link, the global provider of SOHO networking products and No.1 market share holder in China, today announced its new Draft 2.0 802.11n Wireless Routers (TL-WR941N) to the global market in a cooperative launch with distributor Unicoba in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The conference featured two parts, including technical training with over 60 technical professionals in attendance, and the launch of the TP-Link´s new 802.11n wireless product line. Present at the conference were representatives of TP-Link, Unicoba, ISPs, as well as a host of distributors, dealers, and journalists.

TP-Link´s new 802.11n products will give multiple users the ability to work online at farther distances with higher data rates compared with traditional WiFi standards, using a variety of different bandwidth intensive applications with superior security, while remaining backward compatible with traditional standards 802.11 b and g.

"WiFi allows users to connect more easily and exchange information over the Internet medium more freely. With this new 802.11n technology, wireless internet is even faster and more stable, to allow users to truly enjoy the pleasure of wireless networking." Said Jeffery Zhao, TP-Link CEO.

TP-Link´s new 802.11n products will bring a new level of wireless experience to users. While basic applications such as web surfing, e-mail, and picture viewing are all available under this new WiFi standard, the more unique advantages lie in its high bandwidth management and signal strength. Applications such as HD movie streaming, video or music downloads, Online gaming and video chat, as well as secure online banking or stock trading are all key advantages that derive themselves from this new technology.

A selection of TP-Link´s products
on display

Conference Hall before the launch

Unicoba employees receiving a guest
at the press conference

Unicoba and TP-Link employees in
discussion with reporter present

Unicoba Manager of accounts Adriano
Barros speaks at the conference with
TP-Link employees looking on

TP-Link´s Regional Sales Manager
Richard Xu speaks as Unicoba
Manager of Sales AlexandreLeao
translates to Portuguese

Engineers sit in on a technical training class conducted by TP-Link.