Vilnius, Lithuania (PRWEB) June 04, 2016
LigoWave, a Vilnius-based wireless equipment manufacturer, announces that their Infinity NFT 3AC dual-radio access point won a silver award in the Digital and Electronic Devices section of the A' International Design Competition. This contest aims to draw attention to the finest consumer electronic product designs and publicise them in the world media. Only the top five percent of competition entries qualify for awards. The authors of NFT 3AC product design are Lithuanian designers Denis Orlenok and Deividas Juozulynas.
A' Design’s panel of experienced international designers, academics and journalists was quick in recognising Infinity NFT 3AC’s “exemplary level of greatness in design.” In particular they noted how it is ideal for use both in public and private enclosed areas. The unit’s positioning is easily noticed but at the same time its rounded edges enable it to blend in nicely with the surroundings. The Infinity NFT 3AC is easily installed, operates in the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands concurrently and can support a large number of users.
The Infinity NFT 3AC is currently still in the pre-release stage but the public will get a chance to see it at the forthcoming A' Design Award Gala-Night and Exhibition in Milan, Italy.
The Infinity NFT 3AC is equipped with two 3x3 MIMO 802.11ac radios. Its dedicated Qualcomm Atheros AR9558 CPU (720 MHz) makes it ideal for enterprise capacity-demanding applications. It can operate at a 450 Mbps data rate on a 2.4 GHz radio and at a 1300 Mbps data rate on a 5 GHz band. It is furnished with two Gigabit Ethernet ports one of which supports the 802.3af/at standard; this allows for a very fast deployment using PoE switches.
LigoWave was founded in Vilnius in 2007 with the objective of developing quality wireless networking equipment for the wireless broadband and enterprise market. Today their products are already well known on the international market with installations in over 150 countries. Product lines are continually expanding in response to customer demands for new features and the results of in-house research and development. Popular products include Point-to-MultiPoint data distribution, Point-to-Point bridges for backhaul applications, and access points for indoor applications.