Saying goodbye to home connection problems

13th June 2018
Alex Lynn

Increasing numbers of connected devices can cause connection drop offs, slow performance and dead spots. Most homes in the UK suffer from these common WiFi problems as our lives get smarter. The Nova MW3 Mesh WiFi system from Tenda has been launched following the success of the MW6, the technology aims to solve these problems. Key benefits of the technology provide optimisation of home networks, eliminate connection frustration, and extend the reach in homes. With the Nova MW3 in place, householders will be able to make the most of their smart home.

“The Nova MW3 brings smart WiFi technology to every home user and modern smart home. Building on the MW6, Mesh WiFi can handle simultaneous connections from multiple devices and even works with Alexa allowing you to control compatible devices,” said Jason Zhao, General Manager of Tenda UK & RoI. “With Nova MW3, we’re demonstrating that the era of powerlines and extenders is over, as Mesh WiFi is now available at better value with a better experience.”

“When true-mesh (the 802.11s standard), fully controllable from a cloud-based app, becomes available to a greater segment of the market, the old technology of powerlines and extenders will be seen for what they are. We at Tenda have made the breakthrough in price and technology to facilitate that movement with our Nova MW3, a truly disruptive product.” Commented Kalam Meah, Sales Director UK&I.

Commercial Director, Jamie Plumridge, said: “We have already shaken the market with the introduction of our Nova MW6, currently being sold for £159.99, which is between £20-£30 lower than its nearest rivals, the BT Whole-Home Disc & the TP-Link Deco. The product has the latest technology, is ‘True-Mesh’, and is approximately 25-35% lower in price than its competitors.

"With the Nova MW3 we are taking this one step further by maintaining a minimum standard of technology such as AC1200, Ethernet Backhaul, Seamless Roaming & Intelligent AP Steering and then taking the price-point to an RRP of £99.99 (for the three-node configuration) which is the tipping point for the beginning of mass adoption. The two-node and singe-node are £69.99 and £36.99 RRP respectively.”

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