Linksys was founded in 1988 by Victor and Janie Tsao. The company creates networking products, mainly with the consumers and small and mid-sized businesses in mind. The range of products of Linksys include routers, modems, adapters and many others, specializing in both wired and wireless networking equipment. Their products are sold by retailers like Best Buy, Radio Shack, Amazon, and Office Depot. Linksys is now a subsidary of Cisco, who bought the company for $500 million in stock in 2003. The President and CEO is Victor Tsao, with Janie Tsao as the Vice-President. Janie is also in charge of business development. Glen McLaughlin is also a vice-president, and is in charge of North American sales. The main competitors of Linksys are D-Link, Efficient Networks, and NETGEAR.

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