Luxul’s Dual-Band Epic 3 Wireless AC31000 Router and XAP-810 AC1200 Wireless Access Point to Make European Debut at ISE 2018

Luxul will be at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2018 to debut the Epic 3 (XWR-3150) dual-band wireless AC3100 router with built-in Domotz remote management, router limits content management, roam assist technologies and the XAP-810 AC1200 dual-band Wireless Access Point (WAP).

With advanced 4×4 MU-MIMO (Wave 2) technology, Luxul says the Epic 3 delivers wireless data transfers of up to 3100Mbps for fast streaming and bandwidth-intensive applications. The router offers a full feature-set, with an easy-to-use interface and capabilities that ensure optimal network performance, scalability and security, including firewall, QoS, virtual local area network (VLAN) support, virtual private network (VPN) and more.

For integrators, the Epic 3’s integrated Domotz technology saves time and money by allowing them to remotely manage and support clients’ networks and all connected devices, eliminating the need for truck rolls and service calls. Integrators receive alerts when network issues arise, allowing them to take immediate action. Router Limits content management gives end-users control of their internet experience by allowing them to manage internet traffic, choose which devices can access the web, determine what parts of the web are OK (or not OK) and set the days and times the internet should be available. In addition, the Epic 3 router offers a built-in wireless controller featuring Luxul’s exclusive Roam Assist technology. This makes it simple for integrators to set up more than one access point in larger Wi-Fi networks, while ensuring a seamless roaming experience for their clients.

Luxul’s XAP-810 WAP features leading-edge 802.11ac 2×2 dual-band technology and 5Ghz beamforming to deliver data rates up to 1200Mbps and excellent wireless coverage for a world-class Wi-Fi experience. The WAP offers a sleek design that allows for unobtrusive mounting on a ceiling, wall, or other flat surface — making it a great choice for delivering coverage to smaller spaces. Installing the XAP-810 requires a single Ethernet cable, which delivers both power and data through the integrated PoE+ port.

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