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Forest River providing WiFiRanger Sky3 on several models

Forest River providing WiFiRanger Sky3 on several models

ELKHART, Ind. — Forest River is outfitting many of its 2018 offerings with the WiFiRanger Sky3. The WiFiRanger Sky3 is a powerful and secure wireless router and signal-booster that can bring in weak WiFi from up to 2,500 feet away. As the WiFiRanger provides a private wireless network for all of the consumer’s wireless computers and devices, it is the perfect solution to simplify staying connected.

“We at Forest River are excited to be installing the WiFiRanger on the majority of our products, giving our customers the WiFi signal boost necessary to enjoy Internet from RV park WiFi while in the comforts of their RV. The simplicity of the install, user-friendliness and network security were the primary reasons we chose WiFiRanger to enhance our products” said Karl Miller, Rockwood/Flagstaff, a Forest River Division

As the exclusive distributer of WiFiRanger products to RV manufacturers, MITO Corporation facilitated the partnership between WiFiRanger and Forest River. The 2018 product rollout will equip thousands of Forest River units with the WiFiRanger Sky3 primarily from the Millersburg, Indiana, production plants. Due to the high demand for RV-specific connectivity solutions, MITO Corporation is pleased to assist RV manufacturers in selecting and acquiring the appropriate WiFiRanger solutions to meet both customer and model-line needs.

“WiFi is the wave of the future, and we are excited to bring WiFiRanger’s innovative and relevant products to the market. Forest River is truly leading the way by preparing their products for the connectivity era,” said Rod Hire, vice president of sales for MITO Corporation.

Source: MITO Corporation press release


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Ronnie Garrett is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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