Edimax introduces 5G routers at GITEX

Edimax is showcasing its latest range of 802.11ac compatible 5G products
The Edimax team is busy demonstrating its wares in Zabeel Hall.
The Edimax team is busy demonstrating its wares in Zabeel Hall.

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Edimax Middle East is showcasing its latest range of 802.11ac compatible 5G products, and its dual-band range, at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

The new products include access points, broadband routers, range extenders, wireless media converters, the newest additions to the Power-Line Series and Intelligent Switches for improved Quality of Service.

Milad Jabbour, CEO, Edimax ME, says: “At GITEX 2012, Edimax Middle East has all the latest products and technology including its 5G offerings compliant with 802.11ac standards and backwards, as well as their new concurrent dual-band routers, media converters, dual band range extenders and ceiling mounted access points. Also on display is our Plug-N-View technology for the ever growing home and office security market in the region.”

Edimax, since its inception in Taiwan in 1986, has been at the forefront of discovering newer technology and incorporating it in its product line.

In the Middle East, and various other markets, GCT is the sole distributor for Edimax products. It is also a distributor and a solution provider in the field of IT peripherals, networking and display solutions. The group is headquartered in Jebel Ali, Dubai, and overseas its operations are in more than 35 countries.

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