The company Winstars produces many wireless routers, access points, range extenders, etc. However, they only sell wholesale. Wavlink's products, on the other hand, can be purchased from various online stores in various quantities. As far as I am aware, the Wavlink brand is owned by Winstars and all the devices in their catalogues appear to be identical.
Therefore, should both brands continue to exist in the ToH? Wouldn't it make more sense for techdata only to exist for the Winstars models, but then device pages could include a note about "The Wavlink model by the same name is literally the same and can be flashed in the same manner"? It would seem pointless to have duplicate entries, or have some devices listed under one brand and others under the other (as is currently the case). See WS-WN583A6. Its Wavlink counterpart is known as WL-WN583A6. All other devices, however, are the exact opposite. Listed under Wavlink, but not Winstars.
Finally, there's an entry for the WS-WN532A3, which isn't technically supported. While it does "work" with firmware created for the WN575A3 (or probably any other device from the same target), it has different LEDs and a different number of ethernet ports. It should probably either have it's own profile, or be listed as unsupported.