Minim unveils new Motosync app with Docsis 3.1 router

Friday 22 October 2021 | 09:08 CET | News
Minim announced a new intelligent Wi-Fi management app, motosync, which enables end-users to manage and secure their home or small-business network remotely. The motosync app is available exclusively on the Motorola MG8702 gateway at leading retailers online in the US 

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Companies: Comcast / Cox Communications / Minim
Countries: United States
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