Eugene, OR - Software Development Resource or much commonly known in the industry as SDR has finally released their 40th free software program release. Steven Coluido, president and owner told press about this achievement: “Our global team is very proud to have aimed and claimed the 40th milestone for our company with the current release of our landmark free virtual wifi router which also coincides with our partnership with tech-downloads publisher giant CNET.”
The Ultimate Freebie Website
“Our landmark 40th free release can be likened to a defining moment for our team who worked very hard for the fulfillment of this status and with this comes our dedication to working with customers who want personalized software solutions,” vows a team member of SDR. They vow to continue releasing free stuff for the benefit of their growing customer base and maintain their ultimate freebie website branding.
Virtual routers enable computer devices to allow multiple entry access from one point to another or a limited network group very much similar to a local area network, only it's online.
This free virtual router is currently only compatible with the Windows OS environment including the latest one Windows 8 version. It is capable of enabling connection not just desktop devices but also portable ones like smartphones and tablets. It also adds security options for personal and private use especially for home or office networks which are usually closed to outside users to preserve internet speed performance.
Partnership with CNET
After much talks, SDR has finally landed an agreement with CNET who agreed to pick up the company's 40th free offering .
“CNET is one of America's most trusted websites that reviews, and hosts numerous types of software releases and our team is lucky that they have finally picked up one of our innovations just recently. This is a double celebration for our hardworking team rewarded by another excellent US team,” proclaims Coluido.
About Software Development Resource
Their team of talented software engineers, programmers and developers have a combined experience of 30 years in the industry. They started as a small shop and quickly grew to now include team members from around the world. They believe that showcasing their talent with the introduction of free useful software programs is a way to help the community and increase their productivity. SDR offers custom software solutions to streamline businesses.
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