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Access Networks Helps Homeowners Transition to Wi-Fi 6 with New Addition to Line of Wi-Fi 6 Access Points

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Access Networks continues to broaden its line of Wi-Fi 6 certified wireless access points with the addition of an AP ideally suited for smaller environments. This addition to the Access Networks Wi-Fi 6 family, given Wi-Fi 6 is expected to make up 79% of all Wi-Fi product shipments within the next two years.

“Access Networks is committed to providing industry-leading solutions that optimize network performance. The new A350 Wi-Fi 6 certified wireless access points, as well as our other Wi-Fi 6 access points, offer integrators and end-users the best Wi-Fi solution through their adherence to the newest networking standard,” says Bryce Nordstrand, Vice President and General Manager at Snap One. “They can be added to a home network at any time, easily integrate with legacy Wi-Fi products, and when connected to other Wi-Fi 6 compliant products deliver to bandwidth-strained households a Wi-Fi experience of exceptional speed, range, and reliability.” 

The A350 provides integrators and end-users a powerful entry-point into Wi-Fi connectivity, supporting the range, speed, and coverage associated with Wi-Fi 6 technology. For larger environments and complex applications, integrators can upgrade to the Access Networks A550 and A650. The A750 is the most robust Wi-Fi 6 access point in the portfolio, meeting the demands of large homes with heavy Internet traffic. 

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 their online store at my.accessnetworks.com.


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