D-Link launches AQUILA PRO AI Series Wi-Fi routers

D-Link Corporation has announced the launch of its new AQUILA PRO AI Series Wi-Fi 6/6E mesh routers and extenders, designed to enhance the connectivity and reliability of smart home networks. This mesh Wi-Fi system will comply with the latest Matter standard and features a built-in AI algorithm to ensure a superior Wi-Fi experience.

With the AQUILA PRO AI mesh Wi-Fi system, users can enjoy up to 7,800 Mbps of lightning-fast tri-band speeds enhanced coverage, and a smarter, more reliable whole-home Wi-Fi network. The new series includes routers equipped with a 2.5 Gigabit WAN port and four Gigabit LAN ports, making it the ideal choice for providing uninterrupted connectivity to gaming consoles, 4K/8K TV streaming, PCs, and other network devices.`

The AQUILA PRO AI series includes six models, MS78, MS60, MS30, M60, M30, and E30, to provide a comprehensive mesh Wi-Fi solution to meet the changing needs of smart homes.

The Matter-compliant MS78 AX7800 tri-band Wi-Fi 6E router, the MS60 AX6000 dual-band Wi-Fi 6 router, and the MS30 AX3000 dual-band Wi-Fi 6 router, allow any Matter-enabled device to connect to the network. The M60 AX6000 dual-band Wi-Fi 6 router, the M30 AX3000 dual-band Wi-Fi 6 router, and the E30 AX3000 dual-band Wi-Fi 6 range extender completes the family. Additionally, all models support Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice control, allowing users to manage their smart homes easily.

The D-Link AI algorithm, which includes AI Wi-Fi Optimiser, AI Mesh Optimiser, and AI Traffic Optimiser, is designed to automatically enhance the wireless network performance to ensure optimal connections throughout the home. AI Wi-Fi Optimiser empowers Wi-Fi connections with automatic channel selection to minimise interference. AI Mesh Optimiser enables fast and reliable network coverage using auto path optimisation and self-healing capabilities. AI Traffic Optimiser ensures uninterrupted 4K/8K video streaming and video calling with AI-based QoS technology.

Designed to simplify the setup process of the smart home ecosystem, the D-Link AQUILA PRO AI App will be a Matter-enabled smart home app, guiding users through a step-by-step onboarding process to add Matter-compliant products to their smart home network.

CJ Chang, CEO and President of D-Link Corporation said, "We are thrilled to introduce these new Matter-compliant Wi-Fi 6/6E mesh-ready routers to the market very soon. Our goal is to provide consumers with a smart, reliable, and elegant Wi-Fi solution to make their smart home experience even better. With advanced features and state-of-the-art design, we are confident that the AQUILA PRO AI Series will help bridge the gap between fast, reliable Wi-Fi and the convenience of a fully integrated smart home.”

The AQUILA PRO AI Series will be available starting in Q2, 2023.

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