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Small Tree Communications Introduces First GbE Expresscard for the Apple Macbook Pro

October 16, 2006 by Joe DiBenedetto

Solution Increases Connectivity and Throughput at Attractive Price Point

Chippewa Valley, WI, October 16, 2006—Small Tree Communications, an industry leader in networking and storage solutions, announces the introduction of the first Gigabit Ethernet 34mm ExpressCard for the Apple MacBook Pro.  The Small Tree PEG34m offers high-performance Gigabit connectivity at an attractive price point — $79 — and is specifically designed to plug into a MacBook Pro (plus other Windows desktop or laptop systems) equipped with an ExpressCard 34mm slot. The PEG34m provides throughput and connectivity at speeds up to 100 times faster than the original Ethernet.

The PEG34m, which has a unique foldable RJ-45 connector, is the thinnest ExpressCard on the market today, making it easy and convenient to carry and store. The PEG34m provides MacBook Pro owners with a second fully functional Gigabit network for applications such as large file transfer and sharing. Working in conjunction with the computer’s built-in Gigabit Ethernet port the PEG34m supports 802.3ad link aggregation and Jumbo frames up to 9000MTU.

“Small Tree’s PEG34m is a highly affordable solution capitalizing on the broad appeal of Ethernet technology,” states Corky Seeber, president of Small Tree Communications. “We are specifically targeting the PEG34m at the personal, small office/home office buyer, allowing them to obtain additional Gigabit Ethernet connectivity and performance without cost being an issue.”


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