CEDIA - LUXUL ADDS 52-PORT STACKABLE POE+ L2/L3 MANAGED SWITCH

New Switches Designed for Use in HD-over-IP Video Distribution Systems

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, Tuesday, October 6, 2015 - Luxul, a leading innovator of IP Networking solutions for CEDIA professionals, has announced the addition of several new models to its popular Layer 3 switch lineup. The most robust of the new offerings is the XMS-7048P, a 52-Port Stackable Gigabit PoE+ L2/L3 Managed Switch with a 740W power budget. Capable of stacking up to 16 switches (800 ports), the XMS-7048P is ideal for use in scalable Ethernet-based HD-over-IP video distribution systems.


"The Luxul Layer 3 switch line is designed for use in demanding video switching applications such as those offered by Just Add Power," said Luxul CEO, Jeffrey Curtis. "The XMS-7048P is a direct response to an increased demand for more ports and greater scalability. With Luxul switches, installers can build scalable video matrices supporting dozens or even hundreds of inputs and outputs."

In addition to the XMS-7048P, other new offerings will include a non-stacking 52 Port Gigabit PoE+ L2/L3 Managed Switch (XMS-5248P) and a non-PoE AV Series 26-Port Gigabit L2/L3 Managed Switch (AMS-2600). All three switches are expected to be on authorized distributors' shelves later this quarter and are on display at CEDIA Booth #4625.

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