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Product Transitions

- October 24, 2014 - 1 Comment

We made it! It is Friday afternoon and the weekend is almost upon us. But before closing up shop, it is a good time to bring up some product transitions that we have going on.

First off the wireless team has this update:KO27034

The popular WAP4410N model is no longer available. There are options:

The current replacement is WAP121 but if you looking  for more performance and more features, take a look at the WAP321, WAP551 or the dual-band WAP561.

To close this out, we have the new WAP371. It is brand new, it performs and it has wireless 802.11ac!

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Now for the RV Series:

The RV120W and RV220W will be going end-of-sale at the end of December this year. The RV180 and Rv180W will be going to end-of-sale by April of next year. Quantities could be limited on certain regional SKU’s.

The replacement models are the RV130 for the RV180, and the RV130W for the rest.

Update: We also have five PIDs that are now EoL: RV220W-A-K9-AU, RV180W-A-K9-AU (both for Australia/NZ), RV180-K9-AR (Argentina), RV180-K9-CN (China), and the RV016-G5 (EMEA). In Mexico, the RV180-A-K9-NA is now replace with the RV130-A-K9-NA.

Have a great week.

Marc

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