Quantenna Goes MIMO With Netgear

Quantenna redefines wireless home networking at CES 2010 with first Full-11n 4x4 MIMO WiFi product offering

January 5, 2010

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LAS VEGAS -- Quantenna Communications, Inc., a leader in ultra-reliable Wi-Fi networking for whole-home entertainment, today announced it will be showcasing at CES 2010 the first wireless home networking chipsets that incorporate the entire range of Full-11n Wi-Fi features that are necessary to deliver up to four, flawless full HD video streams with 1080p quality anywhere in the home, while maintaining compatibility with existing 802.11n products.

Quantenna will be demonstrating a variety of advanced wireless home-networking capabilities during CES in its private suite at the Las Vegas Hilton, immediately adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). These demonstrations include:

  • Retail Access Points: Quantenna is demonstrating the imperceptible difference in quality between direct HDMI video streams and those transmitted as H.264-encoded video over a Quantenna-enabled 802.11n wireless network.

  • Carrier IPTV services: Quantenna will show a wireless video residential gateway delivering the quality consumers expect with the rock-solid reliability that carriers demand.

  • DLNA applications: Quantenna’s products will support DLNA’s emerging guidelines for certified products that can work together, no matter the brand. These guidelines include UPnP Audio/Video (AV) technology that will enable users to manage and control content across the home network.

  • Mesh Networking: Quantenna is demonstrating how total coverage can be guaranteed in any size home by using adaptive vector mesh routing to help distribute the wireless signal more effectively and deal with potential in-home interference including fluorescent lights, home appliances and signal-blocking walls.



Quantenna Communications Inc.

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