Access Networks

Access Networks Unveils Preconfigured Networks for Crestron NVX

By CE Pro Editors · July 26, 2018 • Access Networks’ Core2 and Core3 custom-programmed networking solutions are designed to work with Crestron's DM-NVX Series of A/V-over-IP encoders/decoders.

Clients Should Have Remote Monitoring ... ‘Like It or Not’

By Sponsored Content · July 6, 2018 • Access Networks will now include its Live Monitoring service in every network it builds, and debuts its Access Networks Certified Expert (ACE) certification.

4 Network Troubleshooting Lessons for Newbie Installers

By Jason Knott · March 23, 2018 • Technicians should connect/disconnect one device at a time, trust your instincts, use manufacturer tech support and hone your speed so your labor becomes a profit center for your integrator/employer.

Video: Access Networks Opens East Coast Office in Historic Building

By Jason Knott · February 15, 2018 • Access Networks opens facility in historic structure in Easton, Pa., for configuring and shipping home networks to East Coast integrators.

Networking: What are your Core Beliefs?

By CE Pro Editors · September 1, 2017 • Join us as Nathan Holmes, Access Networks’ technical trainer, will discuss the importance of streamlining the network and how this will greatly impact your business for the better.

Access Networks to Reveal New Access Point Enclosure, Ruckus ICX Switches, More at CEDIA

By Robert Archer · August 28, 2017 • Enterprise-grade networking company Access Networks brings host of new products to CEDIA 2017 in San Diego, including new Access Point Enclosure, Ruckus ICX switches, and Core2 and Core3 systems.

Access Networks Debuts Paintable Access Point Enclosure

By Jason Knott · August 14, 2017 • Access Networks' new AP Enclosure conceals a wireless access point behind round or square paintable magnetic cover. Fits Ruckus access points.

Lennar’s ‘Wi-Fi Certified’ Homes: Going All-Wireless is ‘Big Disservice’

By Julie Jacobson · July 7, 2017 • Lennar's commitment to 'Wi-Fi Certified' homes is a 'great start', but tech industry criticizes #2 builder for nixing future-ready wiring in 25,000+ new homes per year. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Q&A: Access Networks’ Hagai Feiner on Live Monitoring, Cybersecurity and eero

By CE Pro Editors · May 3, 2017 • Hear from Access Networks founder and CEO Hagai Feiner why the company is investing in RMR opportunities for dealers, live monitoring with help from Cenersys and providing eero to integrators.

Cybersecurity: Act Before You Are Hacked!

By CE Pro Editors · May 1, 2017 • Join us for a FREE 1 hour webcast to learn how to protect, who to protect, and what to protect when considering the best solution for your company.

Have a Plan for your LAN!

By CE Pro Editors · April 30, 2017 • View this previously live CEPro Partner Series Webcast, sponsored by Access Networks to learn what questions you should ask when designing your LAN.

Arizona Integrator Creates ‘Best Practice’ Home Networking Solutions

By Advertorial · February 1, 2017 • Former VIA member Cyber Technology Group in Scottsdale, Ariz., uses Access Networks as its networking foundation for 100 projects per year to establish fast turnaround time for deployment, reduce service calls and sell preventive maintenance agreements.

Rich AV Brings Invisible Automation to Manhattan Townhouse with Savant, Lutron

By Michelle de Carion · December 29, 2016 • What can you do with no budget restrictions? Rich AV Design says the sky's the limit on this New York smart home automation project that included lighting, shading, AV, security, intercom, phone system and HVAC.

Recurring Revenue (RMR) for Remote Networking Monitoring: Are We There Yet?

By Julie Jacobson · December 14, 2016 • Dealers are still trying to figure out the magic formula for earning customers’ monthly dollars (RMR), while manufacturers arm them with more networking tools and features like parental controls, cyber security and home automation. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Lessons from DIY Networking: Solid Apps, Great Features, Cool Designs

By Julie Jacobson · December 8, 2016 • The home-technology integration channel could learn some things from DIY routers and apps, especially when it comes to industrial design. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

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