CEDIA 2014 - LUXUL INTRODUCES IP NETWORKING PRODUCT LINE FOR AV INTEGRATORS

AV Series with Rear Panel Ports and Front Panel LEDs to Include Gigabit Ethernet and PoE+ Switches as well as Gigabit Routers

Denver, CO (CEDIA EXPO Booth #676), September 08, 2014 - Luxul, a leading innovator of IP networking solutions for CEDIA professionals, has announced a line of switches and routers for use by AV system integrators. The Luxul AV Series will feature rear panel ports and front facing LEDs for clean integration with AV rack systems. Products will also feature user selectable (blue/green) LED colors that allow for consistency with other rack mount equipment being installed.


"The AV Series of switches and routers is an answer to a significant segment of our installer community that requires clean, cable free front panels," said Luxul CEO, Jeffrey Curtis. "We are very happy to be able to expand our switch and router lines to include products that meet those specific needs."

The initial AV Series lineup will include a Gigabit Multi-WAN Router (ABR-4400), an unmanaged 24-port Gigabit Ethernet switch (AGS-1024) and a managed 24-port Gigabit Ethernet switch with 16 PoE+ ports (AMS-2416P). The ABR-4400 is available now, while the AGS-1024 and AMS-2416P are expected to be on shelves later this quarter. Additional AV Series products will be announced soon. Products are on display at CEDIA Booth #676.

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