Access Networks, the enterprise-grade networking solutions provider, continues to broaden its line of Wi-Fi 6 certified wireless access points with the addition of two new WAPs: the A550 and the A650. Along with its previously introduced Wi-Fi 6 certified WAP, the A750, Access Networks offers integrators a well-rounded portfolio with options to suit home networking projects of any size or scope, and end-users the best possible Wi-Fi experience as family members work and learn from home.
The A550 supports homes and Wi-Fi demands of smaller scope, while the A650 caters to mid-range applications. The A750 is the most robust WAP in the line, meeting the demands of large homes with heavy internet traffic.
All three models bridge the performance gap from gigabit Wi-Fi to multi-gigabit Wi-Fi and enable the network to function at full capacity even when multiple Wi-Fi devices are connected simultaneously. They also extend the battery life of mobile devices, include built-in functionality to avoid interference from other nearby Wi-Fi networks, and feature the latest Wi-Fi security standard, WPA3, for enhanced security of devices on the network.
“Access Networks is committed to providing industry-leading solutions that optimize the performance of the home network, and these Wi-Fi 6 certified wireless access points offer integrators and end-users the best Wi-Fi solution through their adherence to the newest networking standard,” said Access Networks CSO, Bryce Nordstrand. “They can be added to a home network at any time, integrate with legacy Wi-Fi products, and when connected to other Wi-Fi 6 compliant products deliver to bandwidth-strained household a Wi-Fi experience of exceptional speed, range, and reliability.”
Technology Integrators interested in learning more about Access Networks’ entire line of Wi-Fi 6 certified wireless access points and other home networking products can visit the online store at my.accessnetworks.com or contact the Client Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Consumers are invited to visit www.accessnetworks.com/our-products/wifi-6/ to learn more about Wi-Fi 6.