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As more internet-connected devices permeate all areas of residential and light commercial buildings, architects, designers, developers and business owners require stronger wireless and wired network infrastructure to support occupants and provide a market advantage. Leviton today announced a new family of Wireless Structured Media Centers and accessories that create an ideal distribution location for wireless and cabled networks, with an unprecedented range of innovations that make them easy to install, populate, and maintain.
“The rapid increase in data demand has resulted in a need to support more wireless equipment and active network gear in a centralized location,” said Mike Hansen, product manager for Leviton Network Solutions. “Leviton Wireless Structured Media Centers are designed to give architects, specifiers, builders, developers, and facility managers the wireless signal strength, capacity, and thermal management needed for next generation speeds.”
The U.S.-made Wireless Structured Media Center enclosures, doors, and covers are designed and manufactured to permit the full reach of wireless signals by diminishing the effect of interference. The ABS polymer enclosures come in three sizes — 14, 28, and 42 inches — and are compatible with Leviton’s full line of Connected Home patch panels, voice, data, video, and audio quick-connect distribution modules.
The Wireless Structured Media Centers are also designed with innovative features that allow for labor savings on installation, greater mounting flexibility, more capacity, and better thermal management to ensure the performance and longevity of active equipment:
For more information, visit Leviton.com/connectedhome.