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Corega Releases New Wireless LAN series.

Tokyo, Japan, Jan 26, 2007 - (JCN) - Corega K.K. announced the release of eight GPX series wireless LANs with combined push-button and PIN set-ups. The GPX series utilizes the Wi-Fi Protected Setups introduced by the Wi-Fi Alliance (date of certification approval pending).

An auto-detect function selects the optimal internet connection. The GPX series is compatible with ADSL, CATV, and FTTH broadband connections. It comes with a wireless LAN security switch with WPA and WPA2 EAP settings, houses a DMZ function, and a virtual server.

The GPX series is priced between 3,150 yen and 11,340 yen and will be available by the end of January 2007.

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