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Western Digital Debuts Entertainment Routers, Personal Cloud

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Western Digital (WD) unveiled its first line of wireless home networking products, designed specifically to accelerate movies, video and gaming. The My Net family of  routers debut WD’s FasTrack technology that  detects entertainment traffic on the network and fast-forwards it to gaming consoles, media players, smart TVs, tablets, smartphones, computers and other Wi-Fi connected devices.

Jim Welsh (Executive vice president, WD): With so many people within the home simultaneously watching movies, playing games and browsing the Web via their iPad, iPhone, Xbox and other devices, the network demands placed on today’s connected home has grown exponentially.

In addition to getting a premium home entertainment experience with My Net routers, customers can centralize storage and backup for all the computers in their home, as well as create a personal cloud for their digital media and remotely access those files anytime, anywhere.

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