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Exeed adds Luxul Wireless

Exeed adds Luxul Wireless

Wireless networking company Luxul Wireless is the latest signing for distributor Exeed.

Luxul's products, which include pro-wav systems, signal boosters and antennas, are designed to enhance the performance of networking equipment in areas such as hotels and hospitals.

Exeed managing director Justin Tye says the range complements its existing portfolio of Netgear WAP devices.

"This technology will be of interest to anyone who has had experience with the installation of large wireless deployments, that require multiple access points to cover large office floorplates or difficult building environments."

He adds that customers will save deployment time due to reduced physical wiring requirements and fewer WAP devices.

"We look forward to distributing this unique, patented technology to our resellers and I am confident it will

give them a significant edge over competitors offering more traditional WAP or wired network deployments."


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