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Quantenna Claims Fastest 802.11ac Chipset

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FREMONT, Calif. -- Quantenna Communications, Inc., the leader in ultra-reliable Wi-Fi networking for whole-home entertainment, has redefined wireless performance and quality once again with the first commercially-available 4x4 MU-MIMO 802.11ac chipset – the QSR1000 family. The only Wave 2 802.11ac chipset, Quantenna’s 1.7Gbps QSR1000 solution transmits faster, reaches farther and serves more devices more reliably than any other Wi-Fi solution ever created. The QSR1000 supports the latest Wave 2 802.11ac specification. It combines Quantenna’s industry-first 4x4 architecture with multi-user MIMO (MU-MIMO) technology, dynamic-digital beamforming and support for four spatial streams to deliver unsurpassed performance, range, reliability and coverage. Equally at home in access points, set-top boxes and consumer electronics, the QSR1000 is ideally suited to multimedia applications that demand wire-like quality. With almost 2Gbps total throughput, it streams flawless, carrier-grade IPTV to multiple devices in full 1080p or 4K Ultra HD resolution, easily reaching through concrete walls and into every corner of multistory homes. Quantenna’s 4x4 solutions are fully industry-standard compliant and work with all third-party clients and consumer devices in any MIMO configuration (e.g. 1x1, 2x2, 3x3 or 4x4). Quantenna Communications Inc.

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