Luxul Shipping Epic 5 High-Performance Gigabit Router

Networking manufacturer Luxul says its new Epic 5 router supports gigabit speeds of 900Mbps and greater to deliver state-of-the-art performance.


It wasn't all that long ago that a simple plastic router from the big-box store was sufficient enough to support home network activities. Today, however, the home network is nearly as important as running water, electricity and heat for an increasing amount of homeowners. Offering homeowners the latest in home networking technologies is the Utah-based manufacturer Luxul. Adding to its product line, the networking manufacturer has announced that it is shipping its gigabit capable Epic 5 router

“The Epic family is the first router designed as a platform to help custom installers deliver advanced services to their customers,” says Jeffrey Curtis, CEO, Luxul.

“Our partnerships with Domotz, Router Limits and others help us give integrators the tools they need—both to serve their customers better, as well as to add revenue to their bottom line. We're excited to bring another great product to market that helps our dealers deliver a superior user experience and exceed customer expectations.”

Luxul Epic 5 Router Supports Gigabit Network Speeds

The introduction of the Epic 5 router follows the release of the company's Epic 4 series router. Picking up where the Epic 4 series router leaves off in terms of performance and network speeds, Luxul says the Epic 5 supports gigabit WAN to LAN speeds of 900Mbps and greater. 

Other features built into the Epic 5 series router include dual-WAN capabilities with load balancing and failover control; the latest in security and remote access options, and a console port for local configuration. 

In addition, Luxul explains the Epic series also incorporates options for maximizing the user experience. 

Some of those user experience options include third-party applications from Router Limits, which provides enhanced content filtering, and Domotz, which provides remote network system management features. Luxul emphasizes that through the implementation of the Epic series routers, dealers can grow their recurring revenue. 

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