Linksys & StarHub, announced the exclusive launch of the Linksys Velop MX4200 WiFi 6 Mesh System router in Singapore
The Linksys AXE8400 takes advantage of the newly opened 6GHz band, to reduce congested, unsteady Wi-Fi connections and delivers more bandwidth to consumers’ homes for clearer, faster networks and strengthened reliability.
Linksys MR9600 WiFi 6 mesh router offers 6.0 Gbps of speed and coverage of up to 3,000 square feet.
The Velop MX5300 WiFi 6 Mesh system is 4x faster in speed with 4x increased WiFi capacity, and covers 3,000 square feet per node. The new addition is also inbuilt with the next-generation technology that increases efficiency to deliver high-speed WiFi to multiple devices simultaneously.
Linksys announced the release of the MR8300. It is a high-performance router that delivers up to 2.2 Gbps of superior speed and is ideal for homes that require massive bandwidth for 4k entertainment and peak mobile gaming. The router is also built with Linksys Intelligent Mesh™ Technology, and users have the flexibility to grow the WiFi coverage
In a recent press release, Linksys announced a partnership with elush retail to feature the Linksys Velop Mesh router at the iStudio store at Funan Mall. Subsequently, the Linksys Velop Mesh network can be experienced at all the iStudio and EpiCentre outlets in Singapore. Check out the press release for more information.
With the rising spending power of home owners and their willingness to spend on higher quality wireless router solutions, has led to a gamut of devices running bandwidth channels amuck. To quote CNET, ” Cause: Interference can be a real issue, especially in crowded areas. When most people first get their Internet set up, they
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Nokia and St Luke’s Eldercare to co-develop and conceptualize solutions for proper care of the elderly, using Bell Labs Video Analytics & Nokia IMPACT IoT Platform
Some of the exhibitors at Singapore International Cyber Week 2017. Seen on video are BAE Systems, Cisco Systems, TrendMicro & CYBERARK.