Following the successful experience and outstanding performance by Celeno’s 802.11n solution in previous products developed in iiNet Labs, the company has chosen the latest Celeno-enabled technology, 802.11ac, for its next generation of hardware. The new standard which operates at the 5GHz band exclusively, aims to improve Wi-Fi capabilities by increasing modem speed and enabling operation at 80MHz bonded Wi-Fi channels. Leveraging Celeno’s OptimizAIR™ technology maximizes the 802.11ac Wi-Fi capabilities for whole home coverage, assuring reliable wireless video service delivery and quality of experience for multiple connected devices, and helps mitigate interferences in dense deployments.
"iiNet sees 802.11ac as a great opportunity to give our customers a product with the best service and performance available," iiNet Chief Product Officer
“iiNet’s implementation of 802.11ac is a testament to the strength of Celeno's relationship with iiNet and the added value our technology provides,” says
The deal marks the second for iiNet with Celeno, following the announcement that the technology would be utilized throughout iiNet's Australian network in late 2011.
Celeno provides high performance Wi-Fi chips and software for HD multimedia and entertainment home networking applications. Celeno’s extensive chip portfolio and OptimizAIR™ technology enable the wireless distribution of multiple and simultaneous HD video streams throughout the home with the highest levels of performance and reliability while ensuring a superlative quality of service and user experience. Celeno’s field-proven chips have been integrated into numerous OEM Wi-Fi devices and have been deployed with over 75 service providers worldwide. Founded in 2005, the company has offices and representatives around the world and is backed by blue chip investors. www.celeno.com
iiNet is Australia’s second largest DSL Internet Service Provider and the leading challenger in the telecommunications market. Publicly listed on the ASX 200, our company is now valued at approximately
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