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Single chip Wi-Fi solution powers multi-device reality

16 Sep 2014

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There is now a way to boost your home's wireless network. The CL2340 is Celeno's latest 802.11ac 4x4 solution that will provide increased performance and enhanced home coverage for MSOs and service providers that use the company's chips in their home gateways, access points and set-top-boxes.

According to the company, the new 4x4 chipset is fully integrated with the Intel Puma 6 and powered by OptimizAIR 2.0, which enables the provisioning and allocation of Wi-Fi capacity to different virtual networks, services and even different client services that are served by the same Wi-Fi access point.

The new chipset also supports Celeno's upload manager for OptimizAIR 2.0, which allows for the management and coordination of uploading as well as downloading data streams. This new technology directly addresses the strain on Wi-Fi bandwidth caused by the increase in the use of cloud storage and represents a major enhancement to access point and gateway capabilities.

"In a world where two out of every three consumer electronics devices are now Wi-Fi enabled, and the number of connected devices has increased to around five billion, a reliable 4x4 802.11ac access point solution fills a critical need in the market," said Lior Weiss, VP Marketing of Celeno.




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