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Olive Telecom launches India’s first portable Wi-Fi router
TT Correspondent |  |  20 Sep 2012

Olive Telecom, a leading Convergence Solutions Device Developer, on Thursday launched the completely portable Wi-Fi Hub (VR12) Olive Nexus Nano.
This 3-in-1 device is a Wi-Fi Router, 3G Hotspot & Power Hub. It allows Wi-Fi access to up to 20 devices, supplies electronic power to re-charge devices and is completely technology agnostic; compatible with HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+, CDMA & EVDO!
Olive had launched India’s 1st portable Wi-Fi Hub, the Nexus. With the new launch Olive takes the product to never before miniaturization. Whether it’s ADSL/DHCP, WAN/LAN it automatically recognizes and empowers the device! The 1800 mAh workhorse battery allows you 4 hours of non-stop performance or up to 9 hours of stand-by time.
Commenting on the new innovation rollout, Arun Khanna, Chairman, Olive Telecom said, “Our endeavour has always been to provide the consumer with on the move connectivity solutions. We have recognized the Indian customers’ growing need to access connectivity and understand their issues of a need for charge on the run. The Nexus Nano is a creation that fills a longtime gap in the market. We continue our drive to create never before devices at price points that delight.”

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20 Sep 2012(IST)  
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