CEDIA - Luxul Partners with Router Limits to Increase Pro-Installer Recurring Revenue While Helping Families "Take Back the Internet"

Networking innovator Luxul has announced a partnership with Router Limits, provider of next-generation digital parenting tools. The arrangement will give professional installers of home technology additional recurring monthly revenue (RMR) opportunities, while conveniently bringing key requested features to end-users.

Salt Lake City, UT - September 7, 2016 - Networking innovator Luxul has announced a partnership with Router Limits, provider of next-generation digital parenting tools. The arrangement will give professional installers of home technology additional recurring monthly revenue (RMR) opportunities, while conveniently bringing key requested features to end-users.


Router Limits is a leading provider of comprehensive web management solutions for families and small businesses, bringing dynamic screen time control and safer internet to homes across America through an effortless interface. The combination of Luxul's powerful, trusted, proven equipment; and Router Limits' innovative tools offers an enhanced user experience for device-level scheduling and filtering capabilities.

"Luxul is always looking for ways to help our dealers add value to their installations, while generating additional income streams," said Jeffrey Curtis, VP and General Manager of Luxul. "This partnership with Router Limits allows our dealers to offer high demand web management services to their customers as a simple add on to their installations."
"We're tremendously excited about this partnership," said Skylar Walker, CEO of Router Limits. "By integrating the smartest digital parenting tools with Luxul's industry-leading network solutions, we're aligning ourselves with truly premium quality hardware and a broad market share in the integrated home tech sector. This is a fantastic win-win for us, for Luxul, for home tech dealers everywhere, and their family customers globally."

The Router Limits system is available right now on the XWR-1750 router, with support for other models following soon.

CEDIA Expo Limited Time Promotion for Luxul Dealers

In conjunction with CEDIA Expo, Luxul and Router Limits are offering a limited time promotion and exclusive launch special: Free activation through 2016, plus early adopters will have access to an accelerated RMR program, so they can make more money, faster.

As an official Luxul partner, Router Limits will be participating in the Luxul booth (#4728) during CEDIA Expo. Come and learn more about this great RMR opportunity!




About Router Limits
Router Limits is a Utah-based technology company that's dedicated to endless enhancement, top-notch customer service, and an internet experience that's better and safer for families and small businesses than ever before. We provide #BetterFamilyInternet by helping users protect their families, manage screen time, and take back the internet. Visit us at routerlimits.com.

About Luxul
Luxul is the leading innovator of simple-to-deploy professional grade IP networking solutions for use by custom installation professionals. Designed for use in both residential and commercial environments, the Luxul family offers a complete line of solutions that simplify network design and deployment-resulting in a scalable network that is both powerful and easy to install. With Luxul, installers can deliver the ultimate IP network without the complexity associated with traditional networking gear. More at luxul.com.

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