Launching two new networking products, the large networking equipment manufacturer TP-Link, has announced its AXE11000 (Deco XE200) Mesh Networking System and the Archer AXE300 Wi-Fi 6E Router.
The new mesh networking system (Deco XE200) employs Wi-Fi 6E and the company says specifically, the AXE11000 employs Trim-Band WiFi with the Greenfield 6 GHz band to help the system produce top networking speeds up to 10.8Gbps. The mesh network also provides seven 160 MHz channels to help prevent the adverse affects of high network traffic.
TP-Link adds the AXE11000’s use of the 6 GHz band also reinforces the backhaul performance between the Deco units to provide strong and stable network stability.
The other new product introduction from the company is the AXE16000 (Archer AXE300). TP-Link states the Archer AXE300 delivers up to 15.6 Gbps to support activities such as streaming and downloading at the same time. The router incorporates eight dual-band antennas, along with beam forming technologies to enable high-density networking.
In addition, the Archer AXE300 includes a 10 Gbps WAN/LAN port, as well as a 10 Gbps Ethernet/Fiber combo WAN/LAN port, a 2.5 Gbps WAN/LAN port, four Gigabit LAN ports and a single USB 3.0 port.