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Linksys logoLinksys says it has shipped more than 100 million routers and will help get Cuba better connected.

The company, which launched routers into the consumer mainstream with its $200 BEFSR41 back in 1999, announced it has shipped more than 100 million wired and wireless routers since then.

Linksys also announced its #LinkYourWorld campaign and said it "is in discussions with the U.S. State Department and other officials to obtain guidance that would permit distribution of wireless routers in Cuba".

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