Luxul Set to Shine at CEDIA Expo 2018 With New Networking Solutions for the Connected Home

DRAPER, Utah — Aug. 1, 2018 — Luxul, the leading innovator of IP networking solutions for AV integrators, today announced the company will unveil a variety of new products for the connected home at CEDIA Expo 2018, taking place Sept. 6-8 at the San Diego Convention Center. In booth 4301, Luxul will debut new wireless products, next-generation members of its family of award-winning L2/L3 managed switches, and other solution-based innovations that will simplify installations and increase profits for integrators. Additionally, the company will be displaying its full lineup of award-winning products and demoing Router Limits and Domotz interfaces.

“With a number of new networking solutions set to take center stage, we’re primed to make a big impact at CEDIA this year,” said Mike Grubb, vice president of marketing at Luxul. “These innovations will allow dealers to deliver powerful and reliable Wi-Fi connections for their customers. Be sure to stop by the Legrand booth to be among the first to see these products and a lot more in action. We can’t wait to meet with you in San Diego.”

For AV-over-IP video distribution systems, Luxul L2/L3 managed switches on display at CEDIA Expo 2018 will include the 26-port Gigabit AMS-2600; 26-port/24 PoE+ stackable AMS-4424P; 52-port Gigabit PoE+ XMS-5248P; and 52-port stackable Gigabit PoE+ XMS-7048P. For network expansion, the stackable AMS-4424P and XMS-7048P each offer two 10 Gigabit SFP+ ports for seamless scalability and management of up to 16 switches, for a total of 384 ports and 800 ports, respectively. In addition, the AMS-2600 includes two Gigabit RJ-45/SFP combo ports, while the XMS-5248P features two Gigabit SFP ports. The PoE+ ports of the AMS-4424P, XMS-5248P, and XMS-7048P are perfect for expanding networks utilizing PoE-enabled devices, such as touch panels, VoIP devices, IP cameras, and wireless access points.

Highlighted Luxul routers will include the company’s Epic Series, which consists of the wired multi-WAN Epic 4, the wired Gigabit dual-WAN Epic 5, and the dual-band wireless AC3100 Epic 3. The Epic Series features built-in Domotz technology, a groundbreaking feature that saves time and money for integrators by allowing them to remotely manage and support their clients’ networks, including all connected devices, eliminating the need for truck rolls and service calls. The routers also feature Router Limits content management, which puts homeowners in control of their internet experience. Using an interface that can be accessed from anywhere, clients can choose which devices can access the web, what websites are OK, and the days and times the internet should be available to the users.

At CEDIA Expo 2018, Luxul is also offering the following education and training courses:

10-Minute Trainings — Luxul Industry Partner-Led Topics

Thursday, Sept. 6, top of every hour: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 7, top of every hour: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 8, top of every hour, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
In Luxul’s stage, booth 4301

As part of Luxul’s annual CEDIA tradition, integrators are invited to join the company for its 10-minute, partner-led trainings. The trainings will be held at the top of every hour for the duration of CEDIA Expo and will be led by partners such as URC, RTI, Savant, Sonos, ELAN, Atlona, and other special guests. Luxul encourages all integrators to attend these free trainings.

Tailoring Network Performance With VLANS and QoS Learning Lab

Thursday, Sept.6 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Room 29D | CEU Credits: 4

Presented by Brannon Young, Luxul’s vice president of business development, this course is part of the CEDIA pathway to mastering the network and earning the CEDIA Electronic Systems Certified Networking Specialist (ESC-N). This class focuses on advanced network performance tools used in residential networks as well as how to achieve optimal network performance when bandwidth is being used by multiple devices and programs. Specific topics include: VLAN and Quality of Service (QoS) benefits; applications requiring VLAN or QoS; configuring VLAN tagging, port membership, and trunking; and configuring QoS bandwidth, port, DSCP, and CoS. Before attending this class, attendees should have a working knowledge of IP addressing and subnetting, router configuration and encryption, and security network design.

Manufacturer Training — Luxul: Networking 2018

Friday, Sept. 7 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 11A

Integrators are invited to join Luxul to learn about both hardware and software updates and to also experience all new products. Active vs. passive wireless roaming and other networking topics will also be discussed.

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