Did you catch our news at CEDIA 2017?

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Introducing Access Networks Wireless powered by Ruckus. Wireless Controller Includes 8 licenses and 4 years of Access Networks’ support Access Points Most popular models Similar dealer cost to existing model Dealer protected margin Not available online Coming Q1 2018 New Core2 and Core3 Custom Network Solutions Including Ruckus ICX-7150 switches Upgrade from layer-2 to multi-VLAN without…

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Press: CEDIA 2017: Video with rAVe Pubs

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The rAVe Pubs team stopped by our booth at CEDIA to discuss a few of our new products including Core2 and Core3 custom systems as well as our new Access Point Enclosure.

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Press: CEDIA 2017 Interview with AV Nation

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Tim Albright of AV Nation stopped by the Access Networks’ CEDIA booth to talk with our CSO Bryce Nordstrand. Check out his video interview below. See original post: Access Networks ~ CEDIA 2017

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Press: Access Networks Unveils Branded Hardware Solutions

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RavePubs.com By Michael Williams Access Networks (accessca.com), the premier provider of enterprise-grade network solutions for residential integration, has announced the introduction of Access Networks Wireless, a family of best-in-class wireless networking products featuring patented technology designed and manufactured for Access Networks by Ruckus Wireless. The new product lineup includes a wireless controller, three indoor access…

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Press: Access Networks to Reveal New Access Point Enclosure, Ruckus ICX Switches, More at CEDIA

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CEPro.com By Robert Archer CEDIA 2017 attendees will see six new models of Ruckus ICX network switches at the Access Networks booth #4029. Bringing advanced networking to the resi market, Calif.-based Access Networks is set to launch several new enterprise-grade networking solutons during CEDIA 2017 in San Diego on Sept. 5-9.Exhibiting in booth #4029, Access Network will showcase…

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Where to Find Us At CEDIA 2017

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We are gearing up for CEDIA in San Diego and are excited to unveil something entirely new at the Core of what we do. Be sure to stop by our booth #4029 to learn more! Our Director of IT Roy Beiser will be participating in the “Cybersecurity Best Business Practices” panel on Thursday, September 7…

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CEDIA Tech Council Podcast, Episode 18: Next-Gen Networking

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Our Technical Trainer Nathan Holmes joined CEDIA’s Dave Pedigo, Ed Wenck, and Walt Zerbe to talk about the issues facing integrators as residential networks grow more complex. Listen to the podcast here.

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5 Reasons Why an Enterprise-grade Network is the SMART Choice

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Here are five reasons why modern homeowners need an enterprise-grade network. Think S.M.A.R.T. and give your client peace of mind that their modern home will stay connected to their ever-changing lives. 1)       Stability: We design and maintain sophisticated networks with the simple premise of keeping homeowners connected. Our expert certified engineers custom design each network solution based on…

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Press: Technology Integrator’s 2017 Top Talent Under 40 Includes AN Director of Strategic Accounts Haley Patterson

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TechnologyIntegrator.com Kudos to our Director of Strategic Accounts Haley Patterson who was recently recognized in Technology Integrator’s 2017 Top Talent Under 40. Haley is a consummate young professional with vision, energy and the courage to think outside the lines. She exhibits a rare combination of passion and smarts that reflect well beyond her age, and she…

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Press: Ask The Thought Leaders: What’s The Future Of IoT Security?

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FutureofEverything.io What’s coming next with IoT Security? Hagai Feiner shared his thoughts with Future of Everything… As IoT devices become more common in homes, security will need to be at the forefront of product design. IoT device manufacturers need to address the primary vulnerabilities within their operating systems (OS) and applications (apps). This can be…

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