Two new Wi-Fi 6E routers have appeared in the NEC range, and one is 10 gigabit

The company’s Aterm series has expanded with two members, which can be installed as elements of a mesh network as needed.

NEC about a new pair of tri-band Wi-Fi 6E routers pulled the cover offof which it is the thighiest piece Aterm WX11000T12 was named, and in addition to the 10 gigabit WAN and three gigabit Ethernet connectors, there is also a 10 gigabit LAN interface. Riding on the 2.4, 5, and 6 GHz bands, the device works with four data streams per band, i.e. a total of twelve data streams, and is based on a quad-core processor ticking at 2.2 GHz.


The solution, which promises a maximum data transmission of 4804 Mbps on 5 and 6 GHz, supports 1024-QAM modulation, OFDMA, TWT, and Band Steering, can be integrated into a mesh network, where it can function not only as a main unit, but also as a repeater. This network – which serves up to 36 devices – can include nine signal repeaters, and the roaming service makes our everyday lives more comfortable, as we can forget about manual connection down and up to the optimal signal source in the covered area.

Thanks to the implemented QoS, we can set the priority of communication at the terminal level, while monitoring/management can be accessed not only via the web interface, but also through the Aterm Smart Remote Control application using our smartphone/tablet. Of course, there are also various network protection capabilities or the option to create a private connection, and if you make a purchase, you can use the Trend Micro Home Network Security application for free for 90 days.

It’s also worth a side note that the firmware of the WPA3-friendly key can be updated automatically, so our router can stay up-to-date without wasting time.


For the construction Aterm WX7800T8 a slightly more modest version comes under the name, which comes with a dual-core CPU operating at a clock rate of 1 GHz, while serving its future owners with eight streams (two each on the 2.4 and 6 GHz bands, and four on the 5 GHz) , and abandoning the 10-gigabit connector in the wired set, it returns to the performance provided by purely gigabit RJ-45 connectors.

Sales of new products with an as yet unknown purchase price will begin in Japan on September 15, but there is no word on whether the manufacturer plans to conquer the markets of other geographic regions or not.

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