Blazing fast. On every band. SURFboard mAX Pro is the first and only Mesh Wi-Fi System with 4x4 802.11ax radios on every single band. That means the fastest speeds possible. SURFboard mAX Pro uses 4x4 802.11ax on both the 2.4 and 5Ghz low bands to deliver the fastest possible speeds throughout your home. Your Mesh network gets a third, dedicated 4x4 802.11ax radio on the 5Ghz high band specifically to communicate between mAX Pro units. The result: true gigabit speeds throughout the home.
More lanes on a highway means more cars can travel at once. Wi-Fi networks are the same. Tri-band technology means a more efficient network. There’s a dedicated high band 5Ghz connection for your SURFboard mAX Pro units. Newer, faster devices get their own 5Ghz low band, while older, slower devices use the 2.4Ghz band. No collisions. No traffic jams. Each device can perform at its best, and more devices can connect to your network.
400% longer range than 802.11ac. This Wi-Fi is off the chain.
Now you can bring those Wi-Fi enabled devices upstairs, downstairs, in the back yard, or out on the deck. The new SURFboard mAX Mesh Wi-Fi System unleashes your home wireless network like never before. After all, what good is Wi-Fi without the freedom?
Stay connected without interruptions. Even when you’re on the move.
A strong signal isn’t much good if your network is slow. A single router can’t deliver the combination of speed and range most users expect. Adding an extender may increase range, but could also leave you with multiple networks to manage. Even worse, your speed can drop up to 50% as a result. Mesh gives you a strong Wi-Fi signal everywhere in your home. It’s an intelligent system of routers working together to create a seamless, wall-to-wall network. SURFboard mAX Pro boasts pro-grade mesh technology. But it also uses a dedicated third band to preserve performance.
Keep it in the green. Conserve bandwidth and battery life.
It’s about a lot more than just speed. 802.11AX Wi-Fi offers unique benefits for the devices on your network, as well. In fact, it can even improve battery life for many of the devices on your network.