D-Link unveils AI-powered Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Systems

D-Link, experts in networking and connectivity technologies, has announced the launch of its all-new EAGLE PRO AI AX3200 Mesh Systems. Harnessing the power of AI and combining it with Wi-Fi 6 technology, the new mesh systems deliver on speed, greater capacity, and less network congestion for those looking to step up their Wi-Fi.

Designed for the modern device-dense smart home, the EAGLE PRO AI AX3200 Mesh Systems offers combined dual-band wireless speeds of up to 3.2 Gbps with the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology, including 1024 QAM, MU—MIMO, and OFDMA technologies. Available to buy in 2-pack (M32-2) and 3-pack (M32-3 coming soon) formats, both are designed with a built-in AI Wi-Fi Optimiser that continuously connects to the best Wi-Fi channel and AI Traffic Optimiser prioritises the most critical internet usage. This ensures that 4k streaming, gaming, and video calls run seamlessly and without interruption. 

The EAGLE PRO AI AX3200 Mesh systems come in 2-pack (M32-2) and 3-pack (M32-3) formats, covering 510 sqm and 740 sqm, respectively. To enable flexible expansion, the EAGLE PRO AI AX3200 Mesh Systems nodes are designed to collaborate to optimise network traffic and are compatible with other D-Link EAGLE PRO AI mesh devices for Wi-Fi coverage expansion. Combining these allows Wi-Fi to be extended and scaled to any size home for dead zone free Wi-Fi coverage.

For faster and more reliable connection to smart TVs, game consoles, and other smart home devices, the EAGLE PRO AI AX3200 Mesh Systems also come with two built-in Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports and one Gigabit WAN port. In addition, to guarantee safety online, the new launches are compliant with the latest security standards, including WPA3 and IEC 62443-4-1.

The new launches can be easily managed through the EAGLE PRO AI app, which also provides network reviews, recommendations, and reports. What’s more, the app is fully compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, allowing users to use voice control to easily manage their network in the most convenient way.  

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