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ASUS and Qnext sign global partnership to integrate FileFlex on ASUS routers

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Now you can securely access, share and stream ALL your storage using your ASUS router

TORONTO - TelAve -- Qnext Corp., an innovator in edge-cloud file sharing and collaboration today announced that ASUS will now globally integrate FileFlex with its most popular SMB router for the Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) – the RT-AC68U. This integration transforms the router into a 2-way smart hub that enables ultra-secure remote access, sharing and streaming of router-attached USB storage and the storage of the router-networked devices as well as a multi-media hub that automatically backs up and stores photos and videos from smart phones and tablets.

When combined with FileFlex, the ASUS router becomes a powerful, smart remote access gateway into all content that the router connects to.  Now an ASUS router can be used to securely access, share, stream and perform remote multi-device file management functions to any and all content that is on the router's USB and the router's network from anywhere the user is located. Every ASUS RT-AC68U router comes with a complimentary pre-paid one-year single user subscription (value $34.95).

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The FileFlex integration also turns an ASUS router into a hub for multimedia and digital content. Users can set their tablets and smart phones to automatically back up photos and videos to whatever storage is attached or networked to the router.   There is no limit to the number of mobile devices that can be backed up and the backup can be configured to only occur with connected via WiFi so as not to consume a user's cellular data.

"By integrating FileFlex, ASUS is reinventing the SMB router, turning it into a network gateway to remotely access and share all user content from anywhere. All of the files on router USB-attached storage or on router-networked devices can be available and accessed securely from any computer or mobile device 24/7," said Cheni Shen, Technical Director, ASUS. "ASUS is resetting the value proposition of advanced routers and networking solutions in the SMB markets."

"ASUS is changing the way users access and share data. With FileFlex installed on an ASUS router, we are enabling users to access, share and stream all their data without syncing or duplicating files to the cloud – providing a new level of security to file sharing. All they need is an ASUS RT-AC68U router, a USB drive and FileFlex. We are very happy that ASUS has chosen to integrate FileFlex to their most popular award-winning router," said Anthony DeCristofaro, president and CEO of Qnext. "By installing FileFlex, users won't need to upload to the cloud and incur the costs associated with cloud storage and sharing. This is a transformational change of router functionality."

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About Qnext

Selected as a Red Herring Top 100 Global winner for disruptive technology and recognition of the technology industry's most exciting and innovative private companies, Qnext Corp. is an innovator in file sharing and collaboration software based on edge computing technology, including integration with the latest Intel SGX secure enclave technology. FileFlex Enterprise, an on-premise file sharing and collaboration solution, provides a highly secure hybrid point-to-point, software-only service that allows organizations to remotely access, share, stream, manage and collaborate 100% of their data from source locations.   For more information visit https://fileflex.com/.

Media contact: mediarelations@qnext.com

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