Menlo Park, CA (PRWEB) July 12, 2010
Customers can now deploy any number of low-cost AV200 adapters (at $64.95 each) with a single Plaster Networks PLN3 intelligent Ethernet adapter (at $89.95) for advanced management and diagnostics features. This combination offers a more cost-effective alternative to a network of all PLN3 units, without sacrificing the advanced management and diagnostics feature enabled by the PLN3.
Plaster Networks is offering a specially priced “Starter Kit” that includes one PLN3 adapter and one AV200 adapter for a total price of $129.90 (a saving of $25.00). Customers can then expand their powerline network by purchasing additional AV200 units for $64.95 each. Orders can be placed at http://www.plasternetworks.com or at Amazon.com.
Plaster Networks intelligent powerline networking offers advanced management and diagnostics tools to ensure optimum performance and reliability of the powerline network. These advanced features are included with the company’s PLN3 adapters. Unlike other powerline adapters, Plaster Networks PLN3 adapter includes a dedicated network processor running Plaster Networks proprietary software. The software enables management and configuration locally through a free, built-in Administration Console, or remotely through Plaster Networks Service. In both cases, customers can access this functionality easily via a standard browser. The PLN3 adapter also has automated upgrades to the HomePlug software for improved reliability.
About Plaster Networks
Plaster Networks delivers on the full promise of powerline networking by providing a more reliable network for home multimedia applications, such as streaming video and IPTV, using existing AC wiring. Unlike other offerings, Plaster Networks provides an intelligent powerline adapter that includes a dedicated network processor for network management, configuration, diagnostics and troubleshooting. Plaster Networks offers a reliable alternative or extension to wireless networks and a more cost-effective alternate to installing Ethernet cables into walls.
Plaster Networks was founded by Paul Baran, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur widely known as the inventor of packet switching, the foundation technology for the Internet. For more information, visit http://www.plasternetworks.com.