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New Access Networks Wireless Access Point and Switches Powered by Ruckus

Company unveils its plans for CEDIA Expo, including training sessions.

Debuting during CEDIA Expo 2019 in booth #1326 will be the new Access Networks switches powered by Ruckus and an entry-level wireless access point. The Access Networks team and its partners will also offer educational opportunities throughout the show.

Adding to its lineup of networking products, Access Networks will introduce a new entry-level access point at CEDIA Expo. The A320 is now shipping and delivers 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless networking. The A320 features patented BeamFlex adaptive antenna technology that uses multi-directional antenna patterns for performance optimization and interference mitigation. The A320 is available in Standard and Unleashed versions.

Access Networks will also be introducing its own line of Access Networks-branded switches at the booth. These new switches will be powered by Ruckus and build upon the relationship that Access Networks and Ruckus have forged.

Network requirements are changing rapidly, and it’s sometimes hard to keep pace. The network core is the heart of the smart home, and knowing how to integrate and manage it effectively increases customer satisfaction and improves profitability for integrators. Access Networks is, therefore, offering valuable training sessions for CEDIA Expo attendees throughout the show.

  • “AV over IP” (MPT016, MPT017, MPT036), will discuss technologies used in AV over IP deployment and how a properly designed and configured LAN ensures the best client experience. The session will dive deep into multicast traffic and how it differs from Ethernet traffic; why enterprise-grade networking hardware is important (especially with Video over IP); basic tips when troubleshooting Video over IP installations; and more.
  • “What Is Wi-Fi 6?” (MPT018, MPT019, MPT037) will walk CEDIA attendees through the new, and vastly different, sixth-generation standard — Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax). This session will discuss Wi-Fi 6’s features aimed at improving Wi-Fi efficiency and the potential performance increase over Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac), especially in dense deployment areas.

Attendees visiting the Access Networks booth are also encouraged to inquire about the Access Networks Certified Expert (ACE) training program, one-day, in-person, regional training sessions developed to give residential integrators the skills for deploying, troubleshooting and supporting networks.

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