The Superhub 3 is the latest device from VM. Of all of the devices VM have supplied this one is the most future proof as it will support more channels, and therefore the higher speeds as they are launched.
legacy1 wrote: Theirs no reason for you to cover up what could be possible and silently covered up by having the new batch with replaced hardware fix.
I would ask you to explain your logic but there doesn't appear to be any logic behind your thinking. Watching too much X-Files?
<Cue X-Files music>
When features magically start to work properly after a firmware update, a VM man hasn't sneaked in to every user on the trial during the night to replace the 'chips' in the hub. You're thinking of Santa Claus. I'm pretty sure he doesn't work for Intel (who write the base firmware and designed the CPU), Arris (who write the bits on top and spec'd the hardware board), or VM (who configure it for their network).
so its all sorted EH! ive had a ARRIS superhub 3 for ONE month and its BROKE got a new one through the post but yet to inaugurate it because the super hub 2 ac is just working so well. the superhub3 just started its faults by dropping my download speed from 150mbs to 4 mbs I complained to india and got told no problems could be found so I eventualy got through to a UK tech who ran tests and found the modem was faulty so replacement was ordered and recived (will eventualy plug it in) so it could be that I was just the unlucky one to get the only defective device eh!...............NAH!!!!!