ReadyNet Declares WR1200 Router with Bark Parental Controls

By Telecom Tech Outlook | Wednesday, January 20, 2021

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, as children have increasingly been compelled to depend on technology for distance learning, the company partnered with Bark to release a high-performance product that will also include smart parental controls to help keep children safe.

Fremont, CA: ReadyNet, the leader in wireless connectivity solutions for internet service providers, has declared the release of a powerful new product, the WR1200 high-speed Wi-Fi router, which will have comprehensive protections for children. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, as children have increasingly been compelled to depend on technology for distance learning, the company partnered with Bark to release a high-performance product that will also include smart parental controls to help keep children safe.

ReadyNet's Chairman, Martin Frey, declared, "In addition to the WR1200 product announcement, we're also proud to announce our partnership with Bark, which offers comprehensive web filtering, parental controls, and a suite of tools to help keep kids safe online. To date, Bark has protected 5.2 million children, prevented 16 school shootings, and has detected over 100,000 self-harm risks thanks to its powerful monitoring and alerting technology. We're proud to be part of the solution, and Bark will be included as an option on all of our WR1200 routers." The company said that the product would be available from its dealers and distributors very soon.

The company also declared that the WR1200 router will feature a dual-core 880MHz processor for high-speed applications with IEEE 802.11ac wireless transmission speeds up to 1200Mbps. The router, built to be the primary internet gateway for homes as well as small businesses, will also feature real-time remote management thanks to ReadyNet's revolutionary up-and-coming NeXus technology.