Netgear announced the launch of a customizable Wireless-N Gigabit Router, the WNR3500L. Just like many routers from Linksys/Cisco this router also runs on Linux.
This router will also run common unofficial router firmware like DD-WRT, OpenWRT and Tomato. The WNR3500L features a 480MHz MIPS processor with 8MB of flash and 64MB of RAM.
In addition to its Gigabit Ethernet ports, the WNR3500L router includes a USB 2.0 host port for USB networked storage and for developing other custom applications, including remote access, DLNA/UPnP Media Server support, and USB modem support for 3G/4G/WiMax high-speed cellular connections.
Customers can download the Linux-based opensource firmware from the opensource community and development program website at http://www.myopenrouter.com.
Netgear will ship WNR3500L sometime this fall for about $140 USD.
Head over here for the official press release.