Orange France Bakes Quantenna WiFi Chips Into the Set-Top

Service provider also taps vendor's 'QV860' chip for WiFi repeater.

October 9, 2018

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SAN JOSE, Calif. – Quantenna Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: QTNA), the innovator and global leader of high performance Wi-Fi solutions, today announced that Orange, the largest broadband service provider in France, has adopted Quantenna’s QV860 chipset, for its latest dual band, dual concurrent repeater “Répéteur WiFi”, and the QV940 chipset for its set-top box, “Décodeur TV UHD”, utilizing SoftAtHome WiFi’ON software solution on Quantenna’s chipsets.

By extending coverage, increasing capacity and delivering faster speeds to all Wi-Fi devices throughout the home, Orange’s new repeater, “Répéteur WiFi”, leverages the high performance capabilities of QV860 to take in-home wireless services to a new level and bring a comprehensive, superior and secured whole home Wi-Fi solution to Orange customers. Additional features will include auto-configuration, network mapping, Wi-Fi channel selection, client roaming management, band steering and video support. Customers with the Orange “Livebox 4” Router can benefit from a new digital interface to manage their Wi-Fi via the "My Wifi" application. This application allows them to monitor their connected devices’ usage and manage the Wi-Fi performance around the home.

Quantenna’s QV940 chipset capabilities enable simultaneous live 4K streaming and superior viewing on all Wi-Fi devices. Leveraging this technology, Orange’s powerful “Décodeur TV UHD” brings Orange customers an exceptional media steaming experience, in a compact design.

Quantenna Communications Inc.

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