Luxul has introduced its new AC3100 dual-band gigabit router the Epic 3, with a number of built-in features. These include the company’s wireless controller with Roam Assist, remote network monitoring and management from Domotz, and cloud-based content management and parental controls from Router Limits.
The built-in features boost WiFi reliability, while also allowing users to remotely maintain the network to which it’s connected to fully control their internet experience.
The Epic 3 enables installers to create a seamless, roaming WiFi experience for their clients and service their networks remotely. It also allows installers to receive alters when issues arise on their clients’ networks, which means they can fix problems before the customer realises they exist.
“For our integrators, time is money. Having an all-in-one device saves them time, providing remote management on a complete network using fewer devices,” says Luxul general manager and vice president Jeffrey Curtis.
The Epic 3 router is compatible with Luxul’s access points (APs), which allows installers to add APs to maximise the performance and budget of projects. It’s capable of managing additional access points and offers a simple, reliable and cost-effective multi-access-point roaming solution for residential and small commercial networks.
Luxul is distributed in Australia and NZ by Avation.
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