NETGEAR Customer Care
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Need to buy a router for your home and office usage and thus want to know the best model that will help you get the best speeds and also the best coverage as well? Facing some problems while setting up your router for the first time, and thus need help from the Customer Care? Want to repair your old router and therefore need to know the location of the nearest service centre? Wish to know about the NAS or Network Attached Solutions sold by the company, so that you can set up a local server for your office? Don't worry. Netgear Customer Care will make sure that you get the right kind of answers to all your queries and problems so that you can continue doing your work in the best way possible.
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Netgear Incorporated or commonly known as just Netgear, is a USA based company that is focused on the designing and manufacturing of various types of networking hardware products for computers. The headquarters of the company is based in California, USA. The company also has its presence in 25 different countries as well. The current CEO and chairman of the company are Patrick Lo. The company has about more than 30,000 retail locations all over the world. It also has about more than 25,000 resellers around the world as well, combined with a total employee strength of more than 1,000. As of the year 2017, the revenue generated by the company is about more than $1.40 billion.
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Netgear was founded in the year 1996. It has been operational for more than 22 years now. At first, Netgear started making routers and then expanded onto other networking components as well. The other networking products include network switches that will extend the network range of standard routers. The company entered the NAS market in the year 2007. In the year 2018, the company entered into the security cameras market as well. This was possible due to the creation of a separate brand known as Arlo, whose 80 per cent has been acquired by Netgear.