Pakedge Enterprise-Grade RE-2 Router Evolves
The RE-2 four-port router from Pakege incorporates a powerful chipset and the latest processing capabilities to enable it to manage simultaneous streams of high-bandwidth, low-latency multimedia traffic.
Pakedge is one of a handful of networking companies that early on recognized the importance of connectivity in the custom electronics industry. For a number of years, it has offered installers a growing selection of networking devices tailored towards A/V applications.
The latest solution from the Hayward, Calif.-based company is its RE-2 enterprise-grade, four-port router.
Designed to serve dealers as a more versatile and higher performing version of its RE-1 router, the RE-2 incorporates a new chipset, the latest processing technologies, and the company’s Connect+ platform that’s been engineered to facilitate easy system management.
“Small networks do not mean small performance. The-RE-2 Router is specifically designed to bring high performance to basic, to mid-level network installations,” says Benson Chan, vice president of business development, Pakedge. “We’ve incorporated several enterprise-level technologies found in our larger routers, including a powerful chipset designed specifically for processing multimedia traffic into the RE-2 for seamless, scalable and reliable performance. The result is a supercharged router with a significant performance boost over other routers at this price point.”
Elaborating on the RE-2’s applications, Pakedge states that dealers can utilize the router in small networks that require a high-performance infrastructure to support heavy-usage, high-bandwidth, latency-sensitive applications such as streaming multimedia content such as HD video, Voice-over-IP (VoIP), home automation and other requirements.
The router incorporates six preconfigured zones to allow installers to segment voice, video and data traffic into sub-networks. It includes the company’s TruStream technology that recognizes and prioritizes latency-sensitive traffic.
In addition, the router features the latest security technology options such as VPN and Virtual DMZ (demilitarized zone) to allow the placement of a server outside of the firewall. Other security features include access control that blocks traffic to specific devices, ports and IP addresses, and website access that blocks access to user-specified sites.
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