Amped Wireless, the leading manufacturer of high power, long range wireless communication products for the home and office, today unveiled its family of next generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi products. The upcoming 802.11ac wireless standard is the world's fastest Wi-Fi, providing gigabit Wi-Fi speeds allowing for web content to download faster, high quality media content to synch more quickly and transfer to multiple sources at once with ease.
"By combining our award winning high power technology with the horsepower of 802.11ac, we are able to provide faster speeds at greater distances than standard 802.11ac products. This means faster streaming, downloading and web browsing with your tablet, laptop or smartphone throughout your entire home, backyard or office," said Jason Owen, CEO of Amped Wireless. "With 802.11ac standard ratifying in 2013, consumers can have a more dynamic wireless network, an Amped Wireless 802.11ac based-network will deliver top of the line performance with up to three times the speed and range of past solutions."
RTA15 High Power Dual Band AC 700 mW Wi-Fi Router
To maximize performance, the High Power AC Router features three high gain, dual band antennas and ten total power amplifiers: Four 5.0 GHz 700 mW, 2-Stage amplifiers, two 2.4 GHz amplifiers and four advanced low noise amplifiers. It also includes a USB port for file sharing and five gigabit wired ports for connecting to a broadband network and attaching additional wired devices. The RTA15 includes an updated user interface, premium software features such as, guest networks, adjustable Wi-Fi coverage controls, parental security and support for the latest Wi-Fi security to secure your Wi-Fi experience.
REA20 High Power Dual Band AC 700 mW Wi-Fi Range Extender
The High Power AC Range Extender is universal and extends the range of any 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi network simultaneously. To maximize performance it features three high gain antennas and ten total power amplifiers: Four 5.0 GHz 700 mW, 2-Stage amplifiers, two 2.4 GHz amplifiers and four advanced low noise amplifiers. It also includes a USB port for file sharing and five gigabit wired ports for connecting additional wired devices. The RTA20 includes an improved user interface for enhanced management and simple installation. It includes a rich offering of security and advanced features.
ACA1 High Power Dual Band AC Wi-Fi USB Adapter
The High Power AC Wi-Fi Adapter adds long range 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity to Windows or Mac Ultrabooks, laptops and desktops. It features two high gain, dual band antennas and four total amplifiers to maximize performance. The ACA1 is dual band and is backwards compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n networks. It connects using USB 3.0 to take full advantage of 802.11ac's gigabit data transfer speeds.
The Amped Wireless Difference: High Power Technology
Amped Wireless products feature advanced Wi-Fi amplifiers to boost wireless performance. Standard Wi-Fi devices have a wireless output power of 50 mW, while Amped Wireless products boasts 2.4 GHz and/or 5.0 GHz amplifiers with up to 1000 mW of output power. The boosted performance is optimally tuned with high gain dual band antennas for maximum range and performance. (Typical Wi-Fi devices do not utilize wireless amplifiers and are equipped with antennas that have zero antenna gain.)
The RTA15, REA20 and ACA1 will be available early 2013.
Includes Wi-Fi Analytics Tool Apps: Advanced software application for Android and Windows devices that assists in analyzing and optimizing Wi-Fi networks for maximum speed and coverage.
Includes Free Elite Support: Industry leading, US based, in-house technical support provided by Amped Concierges. Learn More: http://www.ampedwireless.com/elitesupport/
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