Linksys is a division of Cisco Systems, which produces U.S. computer equipment intended for use in home networks or small business. It was one of the first manufacturers to adopt the standard 802.11 wireless g. Among its main products are wireless and broadband routers as well as equipment for VoIP.
Founded in 1988, was purchased in June 2003 by the famous manufacturer of telecommunications hardware for Cisco Systems. At the end of July 2007 Cisco CEO John Chambers announced the divestment of the Linksys brand. All products are sold through the Cisco brand in order to optimize the costs of marketing