22 Dec '12, 4am

Western Digital My Net N900 Router Review

Western Digital My Net N900 Router Review

FasTrack is designed to allow the most popular streaming services (such as Netflix, HuluPlus, CinemaNow, Pandora, YouTube, Skype and Spotify) to use a pre-set configuration to optimize the quality of the stream. FasTrack automatically analyzes and prioritizes these services to ensure they get the proper bandwidth. FasTrack Plus is designed to allow the WD router to do more than just recoginzing pre-configured services (like FasTrack does), or standard data packets (like traditional routers do). Instead, it instantly recognizes and prioritizes data for all videos, games and chat (voice and video) sessions on your network. A router with FasTrack Plus automatically allocates more bandwidth opening a wider lane for this type of service, while providing efficient bandwidth to all the other things happening on the network.

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