With the release of Access Networks’ eero Wi-Fi system, a DIY-centric product, we discussed the possibility that consumers would be buying eero and other simple networking products on their own, or requesting them by brand when hiring integrators to install them, and networking solutions providers would have to respond fast.
Now consumers can request eero by brand when hiring integrators to install them, as Access Networks is offering the eero home Wi-Fi system to custom installation professionals.
“Access Networks has the unique capability to be an emissary for eero within the integration channel, offering far more than warehousing logistics to integrators who prefer to work with the most knowledgeable resource in residential networking,” explains Access Networks founder & CEO Hagai Feiner. “With eero, we see a vital opportunity for integrators to deliver better Wi-Fi to a broad range of clients. All smart home devices require a stable home network, and the eero Wi-Fi system delivers premium performance at an affordable price,” Feiner adds.
The products features a sleek industrial design, wireless mesh capability and an intuitive app that together deliver fast and reliable Wi-Fi for the home—and, according to Access Networks, is more affordable than enterprise-grade solutions.
Over-the-air software updates give customers new features, performance improvements, and the latest security. Access Networks says integrators will appreciate that each eero is elegant, making it easier to visibly place them throughout the home in order to create an optimized mesh network.
Furthermore, eero is able to automatically determine the fastest path to the Internet for each device. In order to provide integration professionals with expedited service when required, eero has established a channel-specific dedicated support team that will be at the ready to provide assistance as needed.
Access Networks states that eero Wi-Fi solutions are available now through eero.com/pro (CEDIA Booth 7408) and Access Networks (CEDIA Booth 5112).
Read more about eero and its potential impact on the custom home-technology market here.