From the start, we designed an application that is easy to use and that solves the most common consumer home networking problems. We are very gratified to receive this recognition.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) June 1, 2006
Network Magic, Inc. announced today that the Network Magic home networking service has won a coveted World Class Award from PC World magazine. The PC World World Class Awards are the 100 Best Products of the year as judged by PC World’s experienced editors. After evaluating hundreds of products, the winners are chosen based on exemplary design and usability, features, performance, innovation and price.
“Our sole company mission is to simplify home networking for consumers,” said Sherman Griffin, vice president, marketing, Network Magic. “From the start, we designed an application that is easy to use and that solves the most common consumer home networking problems. We are very gratified to receive this recognition.”
Network Magic is the home networking service that solves network management, file sharing, printer sharing, and network protection hassles giving consumers control of their home or SOHO networks. It automatically connects PCs, printers, routers, gateways and networked devices and creates a user-friendly network map. From the Network Magic Network Map, home users can manage all of their PCs and devices such as printers, network storage devices and media adapters, add and remove devices, pinpoint Windows networking problems and protect their network against unwanted wireless intruders - all on one screen.
Network Magic is distributed online from http://www.networkmagic.com and sold at major retailers and resellers including Best Buy, CompUSA, Fry’s Electronics, MicroCenter, Office Max, Office Depot, Amazon.com, and Buy.com. Additionally, the free version of Network Magic is bundled with the AMD LIVE! Entertainment Suite and routers from D-Link and TRENDnet.
Network Magic Premium is available as a subscription for $3.99 per month or $29.99 per year for a 3 PC license at http://www.networkmagic.com (5 and 8 PC licenses are also available).
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